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    Outlook 2010 Locate Cause of Deleted Meeting

    We are using Outlook 2010 on Exchange 2010 servers. I have a client who was the organizer of a recurring meeting via their Delegate. Somehow the meeting was found in their Recover Deleted Items folder, and I was able to restore it back to their calendar. However, the meeting was still on the...
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    Outlook 2010 Rebuilding OST - Any Concerns?

    Microsoft seems to recommend simply deleting and letting Outlook 2010 rebuild the OST file upon restart, if there are any issues with the file or profile per http://support.microsoft.com/kb/983036. I have used scanpst.exe, but as they mention it can take quite some time. Are there any concerns...
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    Delegate cannot view meetings marked Private by Another Chairperson

    I appreciate the offer, but most of theses executives are either mobile or don't get in Outlook much, so it wouldn't help much.
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    Delegate cannot view meetings marked Private by Another Chairperson

    So here is the entire write up I created to document this situation: So here is what we had to write up to deal with this feature. When another person sends a meeting invitation marked as private to the Delegator, the Delegate does not have access to view these items as it is private between...
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    Delegate cannot view meetings marked Private by Another Chairperson

    We are not offering Full Access as an option, so that's out of the question. We just explained that it is a feature of Outlook, and the delegator will either have to ask the chairperson why it's private, or will have to manage the meeting themselves, or will have to accept it and remove the...
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    Delegate cannot view meetings marked Private by Another Chairperson

    Unless you have an opposing view or another workaround suggestion, I did receive an answer to this question in the TechNet forums. I still question that if she has access to his private meetings, why would she not be able to view this private meeting as well, but then I also do kind of...
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    Delegate cannot view meetings marked Private by Another Chairperson

    We have a delegate who has access to view and manage her manager's calendar, including his private items; however if another chairperson invites her manager to a meeting and that chairperson marks their meeting as private, the delegate cannot see view it on the manager's calendar. She can see it...
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    Admin cannot view full room calendar permissions

    Any luck on your end? I'm still researching and trying different things, but no luck so far. Today I even had trouble viewing the Default room calendar access correctly using PowerShell. My counterpart could view it in Outlook and change it just fine, but for me it shows Default as None yet...
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    [SOLVED] Delegate Send, Drafts & Delete Items Functions on Behalf of Client

    Re: Delegate Send, Drafts & Delete Items Functions on Behalf of Client Diane, are you able to mark this one as Solved as I don't have that option. Maybe because it's on the Wish List. - - - Updated - - - Diane, are you able to mark this one as Solved as I don't have that option. Maybe...
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    Admin cannot view full room calendar permissions

    I see all four options on my own Outlook calendar permissions, but if I look at any other calendar, room or person, I only get two options.
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    Admin cannot view full room calendar permissions

    We have 11 servers by the way, but all are Exchange 2010 SP1.
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    Admin cannot view full room calendar permissions

    We are a brand new Exchange 2010 shop with MS Outlook 2010.
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    Admin cannot view full room calendar permissions

    Sorry I thought I was adding screenshots, but the links are not valid. This forum post has some screenshots as reference, showing the two different permission windows we are seeing...
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    Admin cannot view full room calendar permissions

    I have full access administration to all our room calendars, and yet if I open a room calendar in Outlook and view the Properties, Permissions the Default access only shows two Read options available as shown below: None and Full Details. Whereas if another Admin (#2) views the permissions it...
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    [SOLVED] Delegate Send, Drafts & Delete Items Functions on Behalf of Client

    OK, well we are in cached mode and I believe we installed the hotfix and it worked for us. Diane indicates that the hotfix is needed and will work for non-cached mode, but Microsoft in the link I provided in the original post provides a fix for that on the Exchange server as well as follows...
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    [SOLVED] Delegate Send, Drafts & Delete Items Functions on Behalf of Client

    Yes, and we are running in cached mode so we simply had to set the registry entry, but as Diane indicated if you are running in non-cached mode then you would need to apply the hotfix. Either way it is fixed via the registry or a hotfix from Microsoft.
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    Macros for Delegate Issues?

    I believe Microsoft fixed this issue as follows, unless you are describing a different issue: You use Outlook 2010 and are a delegate for your manager. An email message that you send on behalf of your manager is saved in your Sent Items folder not His Sent Items folder. MS has provided a...
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    Macros for Delegate Issues?

    OK, yes it worked once I set it up with the Delegate I was assisting. I used the Exchange Display Name as you said, which pointed it to the correct person's Drafts folder. Thank you very much.
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    Macros for Delegate Issues?

    OK, I did try that, but maybe it's because I am testing it on my mailbox with a mailbox I attached to with Full Admin Access rather than going through the Delegation process. So the Macro does not seem to be doing anything at all for me when I click it. I'll try it on the Delegates account and...
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    Macros for Delegate Issues?

    Hhhhmm, I'm not getting the macro to work. I tried as is, as well as replacing the word Manager in the macro with the managers name, alias, email address, etc. I tried running it in MS Visual Basic for Applications and it says it is not enabled. What am I missing to get this to work?
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