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I have a user that i have just moved from Entourage 2008 to Outlook 2011 on a Mac with OS 10.8.5. They are unable to move a calendar entry from their personal calendar to our company public calendar. I am on a mac as well OS 10.7.5 with Outlook 2011 and am able to move as well as other users. I have checked permissions and even added them with the editor rights. They are only able to move items if i give them Public Folder Admin rights. They can create an entry in the public calendar and move to their personal but not the other direction.
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Pavel Špalek (Kerio)

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Outlook 2011 supports more levels of access rights than Connect, I recommend to use Connect Client for this purpose, the level "Can change" should be sufficient. If the problem persists, please enable logging as described here: http://kb.kerio.com/article.php?id=1053
and send me the logs + status.fld of the relevant public folder.

Pavel Špalek
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