user can view another user's calendar without granted permission

user can view another user's calendar without granted permission

Post by Sue Mosher » Sat, 02 Aug 2003 06:31:47


This is definitely a permissions issue. I'd suggest that you check inherited permissions on the user account, as well as permissions on the Calendar folder itself.
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