Private calendar items viewable to others

Posted on 2012-08-22
Last Modified: 2012-08-22
Question asked by client:

"I operate Outlook 2010. I’ve added my diary to shared calendars and having checked with colleagues here, my ‘private’ appointments are still visible to them (they’re running earlier versions of Outlook). Please can you investigate."

Exchange 2007 environment.
Only Anne has access to his mailbox

calendar permissions:
default - none
anne - Editor
All Staff - reviewer

Only Anne and Janet are delegates
Delegates do not have permission to see private items

Can you please give ideas on how to prevent this?
I haven't tested this with another user yet to see if this is a one off or global problem. Most people are on office 2003 but a few and soon to be more are on office 2010.
Question by:Tim_Palmeruk
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    Accepted Solution

    All Staff - reviewer ??
    What is the Option set for All stadd as (Free\Busy or Free\Busy with Time and Subject) ?

    - Rancy

    Author Closing Comment

    I got the users' password and tested myself on outlook 2003 and outlook 2010 and it worked fine.

    The user then confirmed that it was working fine for them to.

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