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Unable to modify calendar event in OWA

Posted on 2014-03-28
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A calendar entry created in Outlook can be viewed but not modified in OWA, even from the same account. The “Edit” and “Cancel” options are not visible. It seems to behave as if someone else was the creator of the event. Is there an EAC setting (or some other) that controls this?  Thanks.
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by:arjunvyavahare
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Hi,

I would like to know the exact Exchange Version which you are using? Is this happening with all users?

And also would suggest you to please check the calendar permission using outlook. And try to edit calendar using other web browser.

Regards,
Arjun
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by:dvanaken
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This is Exchange 2013 and Outlook 2013.   Note that this happens even when the user of the calendar is using OWA.  Do I need to set calendar permissions for myself?
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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Has the server been updated to Exchange 2013 SP1?
You shouldn't need to apply permissions to yourself.

Any mobile device involved? Those can break calendar items very easily.

Simon.
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by:dvanaken
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Simon-

Once again you nailed it!  SP1 (although a bear to install) did the trick.  Happy users.

Thanks
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by:dvanaken
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Thanks again!
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