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    Sharing Calendars (Outlook 2003)

    In reference to <post#=283366>post 283366</post#> I have the same problem, but my properties for the calendar has no permissions tab, even though I am working on the Exchange server (verified this using the method you mentioned in the above post).
    I am working on three computers in my classroom this a.m. brushing up my memory on Outlook 2003 for a class coming up in a week or so. I have three computers on side by side, each are definitly on the exchange server. Computers 2 and 3 have the "Share my Calendar" option in the viewing pane under Other calendars, but computer 1 does not. Computer 2 and 3 have the permissions tab, what could be wrong with computer 1? I am able to send mail and view computer 2 and 3's calendars, the problem simply lies with computer 1.
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    Re: Sharing Calendars (Outlook 2003)

    Select Tools | E-mail Accounts on computer #1.
    Select "View or change existing e-mail accounts", then click Next >.
    Make sure that the Exchange mailbox has been set as the delivery location.

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    Re: Sharing Calendars (Outlook 2003)

    That did it. Thank you Hans.
    As always...Thank you very very much!
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