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Topic # 23728 8-Jul-2008 10:02
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Here's a curly one... I can't share calendars in Outlook/Exchange. When you are in Outlook (any version), going to Tools | Options | Calendar Options | Resource Scheduling, I get a "The operation failed" dialogue with no further information.

Nothing in the event logs on the client or the server, the mailbox has been shared out and given maximum permissions, I am logged in either as myself (I am a domain admin),  or the domain admin a/c, or made a test mailbox and logged in with those credentials, but any mailbox here gives the same error. Exchange is 6.5 SP2 on a 2k3 SP2 box and is a domain controller.

I've done a long hard creative trawl through google, but drawn a blank. Any takers?

Cheers
Jon





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  Reply # 144371 8-Jul-2008 10:22
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have you tried going into outlook and going to tools, options and then Delegate?



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  Reply # 144581 8-Jul-2008 13:30
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rattler: have you tried going into outlook and going to tools, options and then Delegate?


Thanks, but it's not a delegation issue, that's for granting rights for another user to send on your behalf.

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  Reply # 144682 8-Jul-2008 15:14
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Jonski:
rattler: have you tried going into outlook and going to tools, options and then Delegate?


Thanks, but it's not a delegation issue, that's for granting rights for another user to send on your behalf.

Cheers
Jon


when was the last time you ever looked at delegates?

i can see:

Calander (at the top of the list)
tasks
inbox
contacts
notes
Journal

what version of outlook have you tried?



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Reply # 154369 5-Aug-2008 16:24
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I've sorted it out.

The Free/Busy information was missing from Exchange because an old server was improperly decomissioned before my time here. The free/busy was being published on a non-existant server.

Rebuilt it: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;284200 and it works well now.

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Jon




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