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I have a bunch of users who have a have a Group/public calendar in our Exchange 2010. These users can only get to their exchange accounts through OWA. When they log in , using IE, they can create and edit their appointments in the Group/public calendar just fine. the issue is when they go...
we have one user's owa calendar string mangled with tasks. in other words, to see the calendar one must type http://server/user/tasks/calendar. calendar appears as a subfolder of tasks in owa, but it looks fine in outlook. any ideas?