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Migrating Public calendar from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007

Posted on 2011-10-21
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Hi all,

I'm replacing an old Windows 2003 SBS with a WIndows 2008 SBS and am having trouble with Public Folders. They use a common office calendar here.

What I did was export it to a PST file in the same way I would a mailbox. Then I logged onto a PC using Administrator, created a new public calendar and imported the PST. When I'm logged on as Administrator I can see all of the appointments -- and I added Publishing Editor permissions for all users. However, when Iog on as anyone other than Administrator I can access the calendar but no appointments show up. I can create new ones but can't see any existing appointments.

I'm sure it's some permissions thing I'm missing but I can't figure it out!

Thanks in advance for the response!

Question by:tgreendyk
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Accepted Solution

murgroup earned 2000 total points
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Try adding one user as owner and see if they can see the appointments.

Author Closing Comment

ID: 37009963
Thanks -- that worked.. I re-imported the data using one of the user accounts and then shared it from there.

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