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Error when doing send receive from Outlook 2010 to Sharepoint 2010 calendar

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I added a calendar to Outlook by using connect to outlook from within a Sharepoint Calendar.  It added but will not sync.  The error from send / receive in outlook is:

Task 'Sharepoint' reported error (0x80070005):  You do not have permisions to view this Sharepoint list (IT - Calendar).  Contact the Sharepoint site administrator.  HTTP 302.'

I have ruled out permissions.  I think this has to do with alternate access mappings.
I have tested this using outlook connected internally and externally and get the same error.  We have http redirecting to https for our sharepoint site.

The alt. access mappings are setup so that http://home.domain.com is in the Intranet zone and https://home.domain.com is in the Internet zone.

Lastly we have tmg proxy setup for external access but I don't think that should impact my interna users as they should go right to the Sharepoint server.
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I think this has to do with the order of your AAM. This might solve your problem.

http://bloggingsharepoint.blogspot.com/2011/09/outlook-calendar-synchronization.html
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It is not clear to me what to change it to based on that link.
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Sorry I've been away. Two things you can try.  Make your non ssl address you use for intranet also be the entry for "default". Also, does this happen with only one list? Try to make a very generic list and see if you get the same problem. Outlook will not work with customs lists. And sometimes it is a problem with a custom column and not the entire list itself.
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Also, you didn't mention all of the versions you are using, whether you have done any upgrades recently etc....

I found this as it relates to SP 365, but it could relate to your situation as well.

"One has to have Wins 7 and Outlook 2010 as a minimum in order for the new SharePoint 2013 "Connect to Outlook" feature to work."
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Sharepoint 2010 and Outlook 2010.

This is a test calendar with nothing in it.  I was testing it out but I did try it with another document library and got the same thing.

So should I change the http://home.domain.com to default or create a new entry?  Also for both internal and external users are redirected from http to https automatically.
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OH, so both are redirected to the https address. You didn't mention that.  Thank you. If they are both directed to the https address, then I believe that the https address needs to be the default address in AAM. And that is the situation that the article I linked was speaking of. Let me know if I misunderstood something. But the thing to remember, is the precedence order in which Outlook processes these things that the article that I linked mentioned. That much is factual. AAM is mainly for Outlook and mail. It just simply decides what address you are accessing the site from, so that it can do proper email addresses or other addresses for alerts etc..... So if you are accessing the site through an http address, it makes any links that it has to create for emails, workflows or alerts or even links to lists to  use that prefix, but if someone is accessing it a different way, it changes the address of everything to an https address. And this could include links to lists and outlook themselves.
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I set the https address to be the default but am still getting the same error.
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I changed https://home.domain.com to Default but had not changed the http.  I went ahead and  changed http://home.domain.com to Internet from Intranet and now it is working.  So your original link was correct.  I just wanted to make sure I understood this as much as possible before making the change as this is in production.
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