- In Microsoft Outlook, you right-click an Exchange calendar, point to Share, and then click Share Calendar.
- You add recipients to the To field of the message by typing the recipients' aliases and then accepting the autocomplete suggestions that are provided by Outlook.
- You send the sharing invitation.
- You receive the following error message:Policy does not allow granting permissions at this level to one or more of the recipient(s). please select another permission level and send the sharing invite again.
- You receive the following prompting message:
Some contacts that are listed are internal to your intranet and to your Exchange servers. However, these contacts are listed together with their external address and not with their internal account name.
If you click Yes, you receive the following prompting message:
If you click OK, an email Calendar Sharing message is created that contains an Internet Connection Sharing attachment that contains the calendar data. However, the Internet Connection Sharing file does not let internal recipients share your calendar through the Exchange server. The Connection Sharing file provides only a copy of your calendar's information.
For example, a recipient has the Exchange alias User1. When you add them as a recipient to the Calendar Sharing message, their address is displayed as User_name (User1@contoso) and not as User_name.
- In the Sharing invitation, click the To button. The Select names window opens.
- In the Address, select Global Address List.
- In the Search box, type the recipient's name.
- Select the recipient to whom you want to send the invitation, and then click To.
- Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each internal Exchange recipient to whom you want to send the invitation.
- Click OK, and then click Send.
Article ID: 983062 - Last Review: May 16, 2015 - Revision: 1