• Cannot view Calender entries Outlook 2007

    I have a user who has been given Reviewer access to everyones calender using Ms Outlook 2007. She can only view some of the calenders but when she accesses some of them she cannot viiew entries. We are using Exchange 2003 on Windows 2003 serrver. Please assist

    Tsinono5 pointsBadges:
  • Can someone access my Outlook calendar without permission

    The PA is putting meetings for my boss into her calendar but they appear in my calendar instead. I've checked permissions and I've never set her as a delegate. How can this happen and has someone accessed my computer to set this up?

    joselle5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook Calendar Access/Sharing

    My boss and I use Microsoft Office Outlook. My boss currently only uses the shared calendar. He puts all his appointments and such here as well as group things. He doesnot want to use two different ones, but I want him to be able to give himself reminders and eventually be able to link it to his...

    Adventuredev55 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2007, how to lock editing a received message.

    Dear all, We have a legal issue using outlook 2007 and exchange server 2007: Open a received message, select Other Actions then Edit Message, you will be then able to modify and save the message, the only trace would be that the properties of the message have change in the Modified (date). This is...

    Stefy605 pointsBadges:
  • Hacking Outlook account with .ost files and all cookies

    I have physical access to a computer, and I can have all the cookies, temporary files, outlook's .ost file, etc. (everything on that disk). Can I somehow load that account's emails into my Outlook?

    pkv5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2010 prompting for User credentials

    Reinstalled Office (Outlook) following crash but now no emails come through. Prompted for credentials when none were set up or password created. No generic credentials listed. ISP provider has no issues their end.

    osokqms20 pointsBadges:
  • Address

    How do I hide addresses when a send an email to a group?

    ballou5 pointsBadges:
  • Asked to verify my account

    How do I verify my account when asked on outlook?

    cbm305 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2010 delegate

    Is there a way to add someone as a delegate with out them being able to read your emails? Just send on your behalf?

    Hoffmannx45 pointsBadges:
  • Trying to access my Outlook account – new

    What does it mean that it cannot access Outlook because the server is not working?

    Gerbear5 pointsBadges:
  • useless pwd in s/mime Outlook 2010

    I have to implement s/mime encryption for some users of a company (XP SP3 ; Outlook2010 ; Exchange 2010). On each Outlook the certificate has been imported with security level "high" (protection by password). Problem : the user can uncrypt or encrypt mails, without having to type the certificate...

    fromwintolin40 pointsBadges:
  • Shared calendar

    The share calendar option in Outlook is greyed, how do I change permissions

    lexxy15 pointsBadges:
  • Reading shared emails simultaneously

    I have reviewer permissions on my managers Outlook 2010 account.  If we are both logged into his mailbox at the same time, would he still be able to read and reply to his emails independently without any interference from my accessing his account simultaneously?

    Amore5 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook

    I recently removed admin rights from our end user computers (XP Pro-32bit). Everything works great using the "run as" option, except for Outlook 2007. That option doesn't seem to be available for Outlook. Whenever a user launches, they receive an error message stating "Cannot Start Microsoft Office...

    Fluteprof5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2007, Error sending from shared mailbox

    A shared mailbox for a team of people, we're having trouble with user permissions. Some can send mail from the shared folder, other's cannot. One person is managing user permissions. What is proper setting for all users to have full control of the mailbox?

    JessAcker35 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2007 meeting Invitations for someone else are coming to my inbox…

    We are using Outlook 2007 at our office.  Everytime I send a meeting invitation to one particular co-worker, she gets the invitation, but I also get one in my inbox.  Also, if anyone else sends her a calendar invitation or accepts an invitation, I get notification in my inbox.  She has not...

    CBarry5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003 shared mailbox permissions

    how do I get permission to send from the inbox of my boss with whom I share Outlook? We run Outlook via Exchange Server.

    Liesbeth5 pointsBadges:
  • How do I give access to my Outlook 2010 folders to another user?

    In Outlook 2010, what is the best way to allow someone to see your email folders (not just your inbox, but all of your folders), respond to emails in your inbox and then file them within your folder structure?  I've been able to give access to my inbox, but the other person can't seem to see my...

    CorporateTrainer5 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t See New Folders in Public Folders from Outlook

    I added new folders to our Public Folders in Exchange 2003. When I open Outlook, cannot see the new folders added. I gave all the right to my group and users.

    Stamac5 pointsBadges:
  • reviewer shared mailbox permissions allows send

    I have a shared mailbox setup with "reviewer" permissions.  When I open a message within the shared mailbox, I am able to forward the message to my primary mailbox by changing the "From" field to my e-mail address. This defeats the purpose of having "reviewer" access. I do not have "Send As",...

    Sj201010 pointsBadges:

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