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Unable to Copy Appointments from Exchange

By kacj77 ·
I have a user that is unable to copy appointments from an exchange calendar to his calendar. Funny thing is, he is able to copy from some exhange calendars. I verified that he has full permission on the calendars, but he receives the following error when he attempts to copy: The move, copy, or deletion cannot be completed. The items might have been moved or deleted, or you may not have sufficient permission. If the item was sent as a task request, the sender might not receive updates. Could not open the item. Try again.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Check his privileges on the troublesome Exch. calendar.

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Unable to Copy Appointmen ...

It sounds like he doesn't have a problem with his own calendar, since he can copy to it from other Exch. cals. Check his access to the cal. that's giving him trouble.

If that looks good, have someone create a new appointment on that calendar and see if he can copy the new one. The problem may lie in the individual appointment he's trying to copy.

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That worked!!! Solved

by kacj77 In reply to Check his privileges on t ...

Although his privileges were set to full... I had to go in and uncheck all the priviledges and recheck them. That fixed the issue... Thanks, Palmetto!

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Glad to hear it, but please, in the future,

by CharlieSpencer In reply to That worked!!! Solved

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Will Do!

by kacj77 In reply to Glad to hear it, but plea ...

Thanks again... Hope you don't mind: I added you to my contacts.

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