Denying User Access to his own Microsoft Exchange calendar

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Microsoft Exchange 2007
Are you able to restrict a Exchange/AD user from editing there own calendar? I set the permissions in exchange shell by running this command:
Add-MailboxFolderPermission "EXAMPLE:calendar" -User "EXAMPLE" -AccessRights Reviewer
Still allowed him to edit. I also logged into his account and changed the permissions in properties for him to be only able to review, but it still allowed him to edit. Basically one of our clients is going to be editing his calendar for him and he will not be allowed to edit it. Any ideas?

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  • ToddN2000
    Seems like a strange request. Even more so if two people have it. Is this a homework question for a network class? I can understand having some control over a calendar but what if the user wants to add their own personal info like doctor appointments, birthdays or vacation days? If the reason for the restriction is for an application move the information to a shared calendar.
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