Consider the following scenario. A delegate user tries to schedule a Microsoft Office
(OCS) 2007 R2 conference on behalf of another
user. The delegate user can already create or manage calendar items in
Outlook calendar for the user. However, the delegate user receives the
following error message:
You do not have permissions
to schedule meetings and conferences on behalf of the owner of this account.
Please get permissions to the owner's Outlook and then try
this scenario, the
delegating user configures
the EnableExchangeDelegateSyncUp registry entry according
to the procedure in the “Resolution” section of Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB)
problem occurs when the delegating user opens
the Calendar Properties
dialog box in Outlook, clicks
tab, and then changes
the delegate user's permissions to something other than Editor
In this scenario, the delegate user's permission that is assigned on
the delegating user's Outlook
calendar is not set to the default Editor
permission or to the Author
To resolve this issue, set the delegate user's permission on
the delegating user's calendar to Editor
. To do this, the delegating user should use one of the following
- On the Outlook Tools menu, click Options.
- In the Options dialog box, click the
- Select the delegate user, and then click
- Click Add to re-add the delegate user
together with the default permissions.
- Log off and then log on to
- In Outlook, click Calendar.
- On the File menu, point to
Folder, and then click Properties for
- In the Calendar Properties dialog box,
click the Permission tab.
- Select the delegate user, and then select ONLY
Editor or Author in the
Permission Level list.
- Log off and then log on to
Before you apply the steps that are described in this section,
verify that all the prerequisites that are described in KB article 971845 are met.
The delegating user can use the Microsoft Exchange Server
MAPI Editor tool (MfcMapi.exe) to determine whether
be changed. To do this, follow these steps:
- Download and install the
To do this, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
may cause serious issues with a mailbox if it is not used
- Start the
- On the Session menu, click Login
and Display Store Table, select the Outlook profile for the delegating
user, and then click OK.
- Double-click the delegating user's mailbox.
- In the Mailbox - Delegating User Alias window, expand Root – Mailbox,
and then expand Top of Information Store.
Note For cached mode profiles, IPM_SUBTREE is
displayed instead of Top of Information Store.
- Right-click Calendar, click
Display ACL Table, and then click
- Locate the delegate user who has received the error
message that is mentioned in the "Symptoms" section by looking for the e-mail alias in the
- In the Member Rights column, the delegate user has
the Editor permission if the value begins with "1147.” However,
if the value begins with "1051," the delegate user has
the Author permission.
the delegating user finishes the steps in the "Resolution" section, the
delegating user can follow
steps to verify the permission of the delegate user.
Article ID: 977282 - Last Review: November 20, 2009 - Revision: 1.1
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