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Delegating only calendar access in mixed Domain setup. - 6.Feb.2003 3:52:00 AM   
msexchangeda

 

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Hi All,

We have recentley setup a fresh W2k mixed mode Domain and installed Exchange 2000 Server into it. The existing NT4 Exchange 5.5 Domain has had the accounts extracted and added to the 2k domain via the Exchange Server Migration Wizard (Ex2k Sp2 feature). All mailboxes came across ok and we have assigned the users NT4 account Read, Full and Associated external account permissions to the their individual mailbox. 2-way trusts have been configured. The old Exchange 5.5 servers were shutdown after the mailboxes were copied and mail redirected to the new servers. The users are required to log into the old Domain to be able to access core applications.

Users would like to be able to access the calendars of other individual users. I am able to provide them with full control to the other users mailbox but this provides them with full access to the whole mailbox. I am unable to delegate only the calendar via the client as the account is in the NT4 domain. Any ideas?
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RE: Delegating only calendar access in mixed Domain setup. - 6.Feb.2003 2:39:00 PM   
jackgbcx

 

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If the users only need to share other calendars, in outlook you do not need to delegate control, in the outlook today mailbox properties, permissios tab give them access then right click the calendar and give them the same permissions, hope this helps

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