Outlook 2013 shared calendar issues

Hi All,
I hope someone can help me with this one.
We have a Exchange 2008 server and Outlook 2013 clients. We have had shared calendars for sometime now but recently SOME users started to get a message "Cannot display the folder properties. The folder may have been deleted or the server where the folder is stored may be unavailable. Cannot display folder properties. You don't have appropriate permission to perform this operations".

This is not all users just some.

At one stage deleting the account of the PC and then recreating it fixed the issue but seems it was only a short term temporary fix.

Can anyone help?
thisonehasmestumpedAsked:
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Try moving the shared mailbox to another database, then reconnect the clients to it.

Simon.
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thisonehasmestumpedAuthor Commented:
Hi Simon,
I should add that the users aren't sharing mailboxes the are just sharing their individual calendars from within outlook.
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
So? The same fix still applies.
Move one of the problematic mailboxes to another database and then get them to reconnect.

Simon.
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thisonehasmestumpedAuthor Commented:
hi Simon, just got back into the offie, will give it a go. Wold you happen to have a link that might show me how to do this?
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Just move the mailbox. Right click on the mailbox and choose move mailbox. Select a different database and leave it to get on with it.

Simon.
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thisonehasmestumpedAuthor Commented:
This ended up being a security certificate issue.
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thisonehasmestumpedAuthor Commented:
fixed it myself
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