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Outlook Calendar Permission Issue

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Hi all;

I have a strange issue with sharing Outlook 2007 calendar for one domain user.

The issue is that all users have access to this particular user's calendar although that the calendar isn't shared or delegated! What's more; users can add and change anything in this calendar! "Please check the attached pics".

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Exchange version: 2007, 08.01.0436.000

Please help....
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