Calender Items in Outlook2007

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Microsoft Outlook 2003
Microsoft Outlook 2007
Outlook calendar
Outlook Public Folders
Public folders
I work for a large company with folders for other companies to send us information. One company sends us Calendar items to a public folder. When we open them up we usually tag them so no one else works on it. But in Outlook 2007 we are not able to edit it so that it shows the edit in the public folders. We have Outlook 2003 users that can edit it so everyone can see it in the public folder but in 2007 there is no option to edit. Thanks for the help.

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Have you installed the latest service packs and rollups for Exchange and Outlook? You did not mention what version of Exchange. If you have not done this, try the updates and see if that resolves it.

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  • Pawz2142
    I have no access to the Exchange servers it's all on servers for the whole company. I assume that they are up to date. The problem doesn't have to do with it not being update. It has to do with the program behaving differently then the last edition.
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  • Technochic
    Well I have to disagree with you there. Updates have added in functionality that the new versions originally lacked. For instance Exchange 2007 Service Pack1 returned support for public folders which the release version did not have. Other features and enhancements and fixes have been released with the rollups. That is why I asked if you had all the updates installed. So find out if the Exchange servers have SP1 and the most recent rollups installed. It could in fact resolve your issues.
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