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Calendar Question - 2.Dec.2015 1:54:16 PM   


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Hello, I've run into a situation I've never come across before and have searched many different forums and blogs but have not found anything. Perhaps maybe I can get a quick answer here.

Environment: Exchange 2010 SP3 CU9, Outlook 2010 fully patched.

Issue: User A is a new user with freshly imported contacts/calendars. When trying to update one of his appointments, he's getting an error that he does not have permission to send update notifications.

Scenario - User A works at oldcompany his email address was UserA@oldCompany.com and sets an appointment for 2 weeks out at 1PM. Fast forward 5 days and User A leaves OldCompany for NewCompany. His contacts and calendars are exported and sent to NewCompany. He starts NewCompany on Monday and on Wednesday he needs to change the appointment time from 1PM to 12 PM. He updates his appointment and goes to save and send updates and gets the error.

Idea - It seems that the userID is from his old company and the new userID didn't line up properly, so it's like a invitee is trying to change the appointment without permission. He's got about 100 up coming appointments and would hate to delete/recreate all of them. Any suggestions?
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