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Is it possible to make calendar entries if you dont have permission to mailbox

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We have a user who had "send as" and "full access" to another users mailbox. As of this morning we have removed this access but want the user to still have the abilty to manage the calendar, schedule meetings etc. I know it is possible to share a calendar with anybody but am I right in saying that sharing does not give management access? Is it possible to give this access without have permissions to manage the mailbox??
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Assuming you are using Outlook, what version of Outlook are you talking about?
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