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error in calendar exchange 2010

Posted on 2014-04-03
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when i drag a calendar item to another user, i get this error. basically user with access cannot drag into the shared calendar. heres a screenshot
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by:ttrbrtsn
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its a public folder
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by:Amit
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What happens, when you copy it?
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ttrbrtsn earned 0 total points
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we raised the limit on the POST and that worked.
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i found a TID on MS website.
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