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Outlook 2011 rpc/http and adding shared calendar from global address list.

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Hi Peeps

Have an issue that is driving me insane.
Client is using Outlook for MAC 2011. everything seems to be working fine except when trying to open a shared calendar from global address list i get an error message "outlook cannot find "user" in global address list.
I have checked in windows Outlook 2010 and can access the calendar just fine.
I can see users in global address list when sending an email but for some reason cannot find the same user wen adding  her shared calendar.
I forgot to add that outlook 2011 is connected to exchange server 2010 via EWS

Please help
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Hi,

have you checked the features available for Outlook 2011 for MAC...

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/2397.outlook-outlook-for-mac-and-entourage-version-and-features-comparison-chart.aspx

Thanks & Regards
John Chris
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Hi John

Thank you for the info.
I can see in the list that online archiving and shared calendars via EWS is not supported. Gonna have to give the client some bad news,
Saying that, you wouldn't happen to know if Office 365 will work?
Regards
Frank
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