“No information” on group schedules in Outlook for some users

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We have Exchange 2003 and Office 2003 Professional. Some of my users display "no information" on the group schedules. Specs: -12 mos. data every 15 mins. - Added "Default" user to their calendar with reviewer permissions - Checked "show popup calendar details" & "show calendar details on grid" under "Planner Options" - Tried adding myself as an owner of their calendar Any suggestions on how to resolve this?

Software/Hardware used:
Outlook 2003, Office 2003, Exchange 2003
ASKED: December 7, 2009  9:46 PM
UPDATED: December 8, 2009  2:13 PM

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If these are public folders make sure the Anonymous account has Folder Visible and Read Items privileges. To make it more secure, you can specify those privileges to only individuals or groups.

In your case, I would check the group memberships for each user that does not see any information and add them to the appropriate groups.

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