Microsoft Outlook 2003 and Sharing Calandar

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I'm trying to figure out why one of our staff can access one of her bosses calendars but the other calendar won't display. She had access to both calendars but for some unknown reason, one of the boss's calendars won't let her view it anymore.
ASKED: March 3, 2009  7:28 PM
UPDATED: January 18, 2010  6:04 PM

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You did not say if you checked this, but the first thing that comes to mind is her boss removed her from access to the second calendar. Verify she still has access permissions to the second calendar.

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  • Technochic
    Please provide more details. What version of Outlook, and do all three people have the same version? Did you check the sharing permissions on the calendar she cannot view any more?
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  • Technochic
    I re-read the question and see you did say Outlook 2003, but do all the users involved have outlook 2003? Also are these exchange server email accounts? If so, what version of exchange?
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