Ms outlook calender sharing

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Exchange 2003
Outlook
Outlook 2003
Outlook calendar
Hi all, In my MS outlook 2003 client exchange server 2003, i have shared my calender and given permission to one user as a owner, now that user and users also complaince that they are not able to Take print out of calender, its shows an error, "error occured, restart and try " i reassigned my permissions and also recreated OST files , but still they are not able to take the print out of calender and also some time , even they cant access my calender itself, Whenever trying to open shared calender of mine, it says, this particular mailbox doesnot exist, Please suggest!!!

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It sounds like the mail profile may might be corrupt or not being read correctly Have u tried rebooting the exchange server?

Hope this helps!

-Schmidtw

Thanks Schmidtw, even that also i tried , restarted Exchange server, but facing same issue

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If you find any sort of corruption, I find it is best to recreate the account entirely.
1. Copy the account. Name is something else.
2. Map both accounts to Outlook
3. Copy all calendar events, notes, emails, etc. to the new account
4. Delete the old account.
5. Rename the new account.
6. With Cached Exchange mode, users may experience issues emailing to this account, so turn off cached exchange have the user send and recieve then turn it back on.

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