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I am running a 2010 MS Exchange Server.  We recently started sharing calendars accross the domain.  The user sharing her calendar is using MS Outlook 2007 and the users having the message "Folder not Available" when they try to open her calendar are also using Outlook 2007.  It is only happening to a few users and then sometimes they will try and open the folder again and it will work.  I have searched a lot of tech articles and failed to find a reason for this problem.  If anyone has an answer to this problem I would greatly appreciate it.
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I fixed this issue for Outlook 2003 with a hotfix. Outlook 2007 also showing this issue, that is new. How many shared mailbox users are trying to open?
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Firstly i would say get SP1 or most recent updates for Outlook 2007

Now what rights does UserA has on UserB Calendar ?

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First answer.  thee are approximately 28 users accessing the one user calendar.
Second answer. SP1 is loaded. our WSUS servier ran this  upgrade a while ago.  The rights are read only
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Are all 28 users affected ?
How is the rights given all users to a DG\SG or indivisually added and given Read rights to the calendar

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It is a standard invite to share a calendar.  No not all users are affected only some.  Most have been able to connect.
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What is the default permissions on that calendar ?
Does the same issue happen if you use OWA\Webmail ?

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This issue is resolved.  There was something wrong with the Calendar.  When the user deleted it and the shared it again it worked.  Thank you all for help with this.
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