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Exchange 2007 Public Calendar Issue

Posted on 2013-02-07
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I have a calendar in our public folders that an old employee created and now needs to be deleted.  Unfortunately, looking at the permissions, I have no way of adding myself to the calendar in order to delete it (the option to delete is greyed out as well in Outlook). Can anyone tell me any easy way to seize the rights to calendar so I can get rid of it?
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 500 total points
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Hope your logged in with Exchange Full Admin role or else give yourself Explicit rights on the Parent folder and let them Propagate to child object or else use MESO container in "Active Directory Users and Computers" and delete the PF object in there

- Rancy
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