Can’t see appiontments/events others have added to Calendar in Public Folder

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Outlook 2003
Outlook Shared Calendar
We have recently migrated from Kerio to Exchange 2007. In Kerio, we had the ability to have shared calendars in Public folders that those that had permission could see. Anytime anyone added an appointment/event, those with permisson could see what was added. Those calendars migrated over to Exchange without any problems. However, when an appointment/event is added to the appropriate shared calendar, only the person that added the event/appointment can see the said event. We all have Outlook 2003, and I/we have set the permissions in Outlook of the users to owners that we want and still only the user that added the event can see the event. Can anyone give me any help?? Thanks in advance

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Do you have more than one mailbox server? Do you have more than one public folder store? If yes to both they need to be replicating to each other. A useful tool for working with Public Folders is PFDAVAdmin. Download and install version 2.8 to your pc, not the exchange server.

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