-Exchange Server 2010 SP3, RU7
-One user affected
-User client is Outlook for Mac 2011
-There are 2 iOS devices connected to user's mailbox via ActiveSync
-One secretary has Editor rights to this mailbox
-Two other user in the same office has Reviewer access to the user's mailbox
-The user does NOT modify or delete the calendar entries, he sometimes creates entries from his iPad/iPhone
-None of users mentioned above use Cached Mode
The calendar entries duplicate randomly, and not all of them at the same time. It might be only few today and then tomorrow another few or none.
I don't think is a magic bullet for this problem but I would like to know if other have the same issue and how they approach the problem, where should we start . We suspect this is a Mac issue but we cannot say that for sure
Thank you for your time spend reading and hopefully replying to my message
Yes, Troubleshooting calendar issues is difficult and tricky when you have multiple handheld devices, having a delegate and non-Microsoft OS.
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