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Exchange Sub Calendar Disappearing

Posted on 2011-09-16
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Greetings,

I have a user on our server who has a sub calendar that keeps disappearing. I have to do nightly exports because i dont know when the calendar will disappear. All our users are not running in cached mode and other users share this calendar with this user. WHat could be causing this issie, it is driving me crazy.

Thanks in advance
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Are the sharing permissions too permissive? Could one of the share-ees be deleting it accidentally?
Is there an Archive schedule in Outlook that could be removing it?
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