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cannot share outlook 2003 calendar on SBS 2011 network

Posted on 2013-11-01
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Recently changed our SBS 2008 server for 2011.  Clients running mix of XP/Win7 with Office 2003. Shared calenders used to work before server change.  Now clients cannot see shared calenders & get an error saying 'Unable to display the folder'.  This is after the calendar to be viewed is selcted from the 'Open a shared calendar' optiion in Outlook.  All other shares etc seem to work without any problem
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by:tbsgadi
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This could be part of the problem:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2299468/en-us

Gary
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We have found am alternative solution to our particular problem.  We now use the calendar in Company Web for our purpose. This works fine.
Many thanks to those who offered solutions
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This solution of using Company Web suites our needs.
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