I have a user who can see the calendar entries of other users, not just that the time is blocked but the details of the event. Checked AD, group memberships, etc, and the user does not appear to have elevated privileges of any kind, is not an Exchange admin, domain admin, etc. She has not been granted delegate access to the calendars of the folks she can see.
When doing a free/busy search, she can run her mouse over the blocked times of other users and get information on the event.
We are a Windows 2003 domain, running Exchange 2003, and our Outlook clients are a mix of 2000 and 2003.
Is there any "global" permission that she may have been granted, inadvertently of course, that would allow her to see the specific entries?
We're considering having her archive her mail, then blowing away her mailbox and recreating. Any other options?
Thanks, in advance, for your assistance.
May 29, 2009 7:13 PM
May 31, 2009 4:40 AM