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    Permissions... (outlook 2000 on exch2000)

    Go to a users calender to grant editor access for another user to use it. click apply ok. I go back to check the permissions and they have reset themselves to the default.. any suggestions would be greatfully received....

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    Re: Permissions... (outlook 2000 on exch2000)

    Sounds like permissions haven't been granted on Exchange Server. You need to set them in both places. Have you indeed done that?
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    Re: Permissions... (outlook 2000 on exch2000)

    thanks but i do believe that that would give the user full access to email and calender.. i just want her to have editor access for calender ONLY....

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    Re: Permissions... (outlook 2000 on exch2000)

    Have you actually checked? From memory: the range of module choices on Exchange are the same as in Outlook.
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    Re: Permissions... (outlook 2000 on exch2000)

    You could also give Delegate rights to that user. From the Calendar holder's Outlook, go to Tools - Options and click on the Delegates tab. Add the user that needs rights to the Calendar and grand only Editor rights to that user's Calendar.

    When the user wants to open that Calendar, they go (from their Outlook) to File - Open - Other User's Folder, type in the Calendar holder's name, and select Calendar from the drop down.

    This is the method we use at my office if someone wants their secretary to have access only to their Calendar and Contacts (and not their emails).

    HTH,
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    Re: Permissions... (outlook 2000 on exch2000)

    I have done this BUT it does not seem to keep the level of access...

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    Re: Permissions... (outlook 2000 on exch2000)

    I'm not sure what you mean by "it does not seem to keep the level of access"? Is it giving less rights than the user needs? No rights? Too many rights?

    Becky

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    Re: Permissions... (outlook 2000 on exch2000)

    for example if i give a user editor access aplly the setting and close the options box. Then go back in the editor access i set has been restored back to nothing. any suggestions...

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