I have a outlook user who can delete calendar appointments when sent on behalf of another.

Posted on 2011-10-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have a outlook user who can delete calendar appointments when sent to him from an admin assistant on behalf of another.  He should only be able to remove the appointment from his cal but he somehow appears as the originator, any ideas how this is happening?  He has no permissions on neither the sender or her delegates account.
Question by:tgrynovich
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    Expert Comment

    This has been seen as a common problem in several MS OUtlook versions
    However, they were all resolved with the latest Service Packs

    Need to make sure all users have the latest SP installed.


    Accepted Solution

    well after everything I just had to create a new account and migrate his email over into it... time consuming but worth the hassle

    Author Closing Comment

    Too many factors could have caused this to happen so building the new email account was the quickest action

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