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Are there known issues with delegation in Exchange 2010 with Outlook 2013 x64 clients?

Posted on 2014-11-02
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Recently, we upgraded our mail clients to Outlook 2013 (x64). Afterwards, we realized that previous calendar delegations stopped working. Now, delegated access to calendars no longer work as expected; access is denied.

Has anyone experienced this before? Is there a known fix?
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by:Adam Farage
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Where are the calendar delegate permissions located? On the server level (Get-MailboxFolderPermissions) or at the Outlook level.

If I recall correctly if you upgrade a clients Outlook version and the permissions are located locally (so you right click the calendar and set the delegates there) then this would be lost. I would recommend reviewing one of the clients too see if the permissions even exist on the local client. If they do exist, I would recommend going through the control panel and recreating the Outlook profile.

In the future though I would delegate permission through Set-MailboxFolderPermission. This actually syncs to the server and the Administrator (you) can manage this.

And to answer your question, I am using Outlook 2013 and have no issues at all managing someone elses mailbox in the event I add full access or calendar delegate permissions (for troubleshooting purposes).
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by:U-g-o
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Hi Adam,

Already, the 'Set-MailboxFolderPermissions' cmdlet has been run, but the issue remains. However, I now realize that the delegated access works okay when delegates use OWA. However, with the Outlook 2013 (x64) client, they can view calendar entries, but cannot add/create new items.
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Adam Farage earned 2000 total points
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I would recommend recreating the Outlook profile, along with making sure *all* patches have been installed on the client running Outlook 2013.
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by:U-g-o
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Hi,

Sorry for my delayed response. All patches have been installed, and MS has also advised us to disable add-ins. However, this is still not fixed.
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