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Exchange 2010 server and trouble for a user accessing Public Folders

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I have a user that cannot access calenders stored in Public Folders.   They cannot access them in Web Outlook or Outlook 2007.    What could cause that and how do I fix it?
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You need to provide permission to user to access PF calendar. if permission is already present, sometime ACL corruption also causes this issue, removing and re-adding user again fixes the issue. Try if that works.
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If I remove the user and re-add them then they will build a new profile on the users current pc and I will have to migrate all his data, printers and other misc information from the old profile to the new one, right?  I will try some other things before I try that.
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I said remove and readd public folder permission. On X public folder this user will be have some permission, you need to check, first if user have required permission to access public folder or not.
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