Copy of Outlook 2002 appointment sent to Public Folder calendar gets to another calendar


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My manager regularly works from home and puts the days he does this in
advance into the IT Shared Calendar, which is in the public folder, and

to which everyone in the IT department has publishing editor rights. He

places the appointment into his own calendar, sets the time as 'out
of office', adds 'IT Shared Calendar' as a required attendee, and
then sends this appointment. The appointment appears in his own
calendar and in the public folder; but it also appears in the
calendar of his deputy.This is annoying for him, because it appears
that the deputy manager is busy all day, when it is not even his
appoitment.

It would be better if the appointment went just to the public folder
calendar and the managers own, rather than to the deputy's too. Neither
the manager nor his deputy have delegates configured. It was suggested
to me that there may be a 'folder assistant' configured on the public
folder. If this is plausible, how do i check it out?

Many thanks.
 
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Andy David - [MVP]

My manager regularly works from home and puts the days he does this in
advance into the IT Shared Calendar, which is in the public folder, and

to which everyone in the IT department has publishing editor rights. He

places the appointment into his own calendar, sets the time as 'out
of office', adds 'IT Shared Calendar' as a required attendee, and
then sends this appointment. The appointment appears in his own
calendar and in the public folder; but it also appears in the
calendar of his deputy.This is annoying for him, because it appears
that the deputy manager is busy all day, when it is not even his
appoitment.

It would be better if the appointment went just to the public folder
calendar and the managers own, rather than to the deputy's too. Neither
the manager nor his deputy have delegates configured. It was suggested
to me that there may be a 'folder assistant' configured on the public
folder. If this is plausible, how do i check it out?

Many thanks.


Folder assistant is under the Administration tab of the public folder
viewable in Outlook.
 

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