Keeping an Outlook 2003 calendar private

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Exchange Server 2003
Microsoft Exchange 2003
Microsoft Outlook 2003
Outlook calendar
Shared calendars
Our CEO wants to prevent anyone in our company from seeing his Outlook 2003 appointment calendar on Exchange Server 2003. I've gone into his Outlook client and set the calendar permissions so that the default permission is set to "NONE." I've also set the calendar options so that none of his free/busy time is being published. After doing this, other users can still open his calendar and view it. What am I forgetting to set or change in order to keep his calendar private?

Software/Hardware used:
Outlook 2003, Exchange Server 2003

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I would create a new .pst on his C: drive. He can create a calendar there that would not be shared publicly unless it was enabled to do so. He can also password protect this .pst and the calendar it holds so that no one would be able to open it unless they knew it as well.

Good luck.

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    Can you elaborate on what you mean by "others can open his calendar and view it"? With the default permissions set to None. No one should be able to open his calendar thru outlook. They can see that time is blocked out for specific meetings but they should not be able to see the subject meeting unless the setting is set to show calendar details. this will show the meeting details when someone tries to schedule a meeting with him. You can also set the meetings to private, which will not show the meeting.
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