Not getting a warning when a shared calendar item has been updated by someone else

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Rory Campion

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Outlook 2010 32 bit
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Exchange Server 2007
A bit of an odd one and despite googling the issue it isn't something I've found a solution for yet.

We are on Exchange 2007 with a mix of Outlook 2010 and 2007 Users.

Previously when two users have the same calendar entry on a public folder open and are making changes, User A saves their changes and closes the appointment, then if User B tries to save changes they get a warning that the item has been changed and they need to reopen the item to make changes.

This now isn't happening, we're finding that User A's changes are being overwritten by User B without any warning.

Just done another test, it appears only 2010 users aren't getting the warning if they are User B. If user B is a 2007 user they get the warning.

The public folders are all on one server and aren't replicated anywhere.

The only thing that has changed recently is that some users have been upgraded from Office 2007 to 2010.

Any ideas?
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