You experience issues in Outlook when you try to configure free/busy information or when you try to delegate information

Hi All,

One of our users is trying to add some details to an another users calendar? This user does have access rights to add entries into this persons calendar however the person keeps getting this error message?
can someone advice
Thank you inadvance
MarK PercYAsked:
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Karen FalandaysTraining SpecialistCommented:
What is the error message?
Brian BEE Topic Advisor, Independant Technology ProfessionalCommented:
I don't see anything with the actual error. However, I can tell you this is usually caused by the second user not being set up properly as a delegate for the calendar. Did they do it this way, or did someone try and use the admin console to change their security?
MarK PercYAuthor Commented:
Hi Brian,
By all accounts she has been given access & has had access until this moment
Thank you for your help
Many thanks
Mark
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Karen FalandaysTraining SpecialistCommented:
Hello,
Does this error appear when the user attempts to open the calendar or is it when she attempts to add/modify an appointment?

Does this issue persist? It appears to be a temporary error message related to your exchange server.
kfalandays
Brian BEE Topic Advisor, Independant Technology ProfessionalCommented:
Perhaps some permissions got changed by accident. Have the user revoke permissions and then make the other person a delegate again.
MarK PercYAuthor Commented:
Hi kfalandays,

the message appears when the users tries to add/modify an appointment.
This message persists every time an entry is made in the users calendar

Thank you
Brian BEE Topic Advisor, Independant Technology ProfessionalCommented:
Please let me know if removing the delgation I suggest above works.

Also try running Outlook in safe mode (start, run, "outlook /safe").

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MarK PercYAuthor Commented:
Very helpful
MarK PercYAuthor Commented:
Hey Guys,
It appears this issue is spreading itself around a particular department now in one of our other offices basically this person has had the rights to add appointments to anyone of his team however now when he rights clicks on the users calendar & tries to add an appointment he's getting the error message which I posted on 2016-08-15
please can anyone help?

Many thanks you guys
Brian BEE Topic Advisor, Independant Technology ProfessionalCommented:
This question is already closed, please make a new question, but include a link back to this question if you think it is relevant.
MarK PercYAuthor Commented:
Thank you Brian
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