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I am getting error (attached ) while opening calendar invite

I’m still getting this, even after the organizer changed the date and forwarded it to me again.

this is only happening with one calendar invite

I have outlook 2013 and exchange 2007
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RK earned 500 total points
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Hi,

You may need to compare the Calendar permission in outlook (Calendar permission).  This behaviour can also controlled from Exchange>Organization Configuration>Mailbox>Sharing policies.

Do you have proxy server in the network? if so, check the bypass proxy list in IE. Also, check the calendar permissions.
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by:pramod1
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whose calendar permission should I check
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your answer is vague, please elaborate.
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by:RK
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Check the inviter's calendar permission and see whether they have the privilege to send shared invites to you.
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by:pramod1
ID: 41887958
can u remote in
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by:pramod1
ID: 41887964
one calendar invite I am getting in text format and not calendar invite
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by:pramod1
ID: 41887975
I am in inviter's calendar, where should I check that option
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by:RK
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Outlook options>Calendar>'Free/Busy options under 'Change permissions for viewing free/busy informations>permission
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by:RK
ID: 41887990
Remove the user account if it showing twice and add the appropriate accounts (leave the default one's)
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by:pramod1
ID: 41887994
it say spermission level : free/busy time, read: free /busy and nothing else checked

default: free/busy time
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by:pramod1
ID: 41887995
should I change anything
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by:pramod1
ID: 41887996
I have taken control of mailbox
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by:pramod1
ID: 41887999
and anyonmyous none
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by:pramod1
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it is showing this (attached) what should I change
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by:RK
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Yes, leave both default and Anonymous
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by:pramod1
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so what is wrong , nothing needs to be changed?
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by:pramod1
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so why I am getting that error?
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by:RK
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You didn't add the user who sent the invitation (with owner permssion)? Did you migrated the mail box recently?
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by:pramod1
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no I didn't migrate, so should I change the userwho sent invitation  to owner but you said earlier to leave it as is
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I send snap shot from that user mailbox who sent the invite
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so I should add that user as owner, which I did now?
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