My client is a Los Angeles-based dot com that was recently purchased by a
large publishing concern back East. All of the users have enabled accounts
in the Los Angeles domain, OFFICE, and many still login to that domain. The
other domain, AD, is not administered by the Los Angeles team, but rather by
the larger East concern. Their is a container within the AD domain where
most of the users in the OFFICE domain have an account.
I have recently installed Exchange 2003 in the OFFICE domain and have
activated all of the mailboxes. For every mailbox, I have also given rights
to the corresponding userid in the AD domain and checked the box that says
"associated external account". Now here is the problem. With several users,
I have given them delegate rights to see other people's calendars. When they
login to the OFFICE domain, they can see all of the shared calendars that
they have been given delegate rights to. The problem is that when they login
into the AD domain, they cannot see the shared calendars (they get a message
that says that the calendar cannot be found).
This does not happen for all users that login to the AD domain, just certain
users. Could it be possible that the User object in the AD domain is
corrupted? Is there a rights issue that I need to resolve in the AD domain?
If I deleted the User object in the AD domain and then recreated it, could
that resolve the problem??
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