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We moved off our SBS 2003 to SBS 2011 our Exchange 2010 which is part of SBS also includes our old Public folders
which we moved over as well. Public folders includes 4 calendars and a couple of contact list
they all work just fined excluding one calendar. This calendar I need to add a user with the permission to edit. the problem is that this calendar is missing the permissions tab so I cannot add this user. I'm trying to do this through Outlook 2010 like I have always done in the pass. any suggestions where to check is or try to make this change?

I attached a snap shot the calendar that is not working for u is called "_Time off Schedule"
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Doesn't look like you have permissions on that root public folder. This will need to be done from the Exchange Management Console instead.

Log into EMC and navigate to Toolbox >> Public Folder Management Console.

Once there select the Default Public Folders on the left and right click on the folder in question on the right. Select Properties. From there select the Permissions tab, add the user (probably need to add yourself as well) and then the Permissions level. Click Ok.

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got it thanks
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Glad to help!
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