Unwanted "Calendar on behalf of" problem

To All,
We're using Outlook 2007 and Exch 03 ENT.

It's very common we all have some other users' shared calendars in the 
Outlook. However, some times by mistakes, users send out the invitations on 
behalf of one the "shared calendar's users" in Outlook instead of himself.

After investigation, I found out if I click on one of the shared calendars, 
says John Doe's, then click on the "Calendar" bar in the navigation bar 
(left pane in Outlook), then I'm in John Doe's calendar instead of me. I can 
see the Outlook title has changed from "Calendar - Microsoft Outlook" to 
"John Doe - Calendar - Microsoft Outlook". Therefore, if I ignore it, the 
invitation I send out from John Doe on behalf of myself.



Please advise that how can I avoid this problem.

Thanks
Calvin 

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6/26/2008 5:57:07 PM
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Only give all users Reviewer rights on the shared calendars.

-- 
Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.

After furious head scratching, Calvin C asked:

| To All,
| We're using Outlook 2007 and Exch 03 ENT.
|
| It's very common we all have some other users' shared calendars in the
| Outlook. However, some times by mistakes, users send out the
| invitations on behalf of one the "shared calendar's users" in Outlook
| instead of himself.
|
| After investigation, I found out if I click on one of the shared
| calendars, says John Doe's, then click on the "Calendar" bar in the
| navigation bar (left pane in Outlook), then I'm in John Doe's
| calendar instead of me. I can see the Outlook title has changed from
| "Calendar - Microsoft Outlook" to "John Doe - Calendar - Microsoft
| Outlook". Therefore, if I ignore it, the invitation I send out from
| John Doe on behalf of myself.
|
|
|
| Please advise that how can I avoid this problem.
|
| Thanks
| Calvin 


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Milly
6/27/2008 2:37:37 AM
Makes sense. Thanks

"Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]" <what@ever> wrote in message 
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> Only give all users Reviewer rights on the shared calendars.
>
> -- 
> Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
>
> Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.
>
> After furious head scratching, Calvin C asked:
>
> | To All,
> | We're using Outlook 2007 and Exch 03 ENT.
> |
> | It's very common we all have some other users' shared calendars in the
> | Outlook. However, some times by mistakes, users send out the
> | invitations on behalf of one the "shared calendar's users" in Outlook
> | instead of himself.
> |
> | After investigation, I found out if I click on one of the shared
> | calendars, says John Doe's, then click on the "Calendar" bar in the
> | navigation bar (left pane in Outlook), then I'm in John Doe's
> | calendar instead of me. I can see the Outlook title has changed from
> | "Calendar - Microsoft Outlook" to "John Doe - Calendar - Microsoft
> | Outlook". Therefore, if I ignore it, the invitation I send out from
> | John Doe on behalf of myself.
> |
> |
> |
> | Please advise that how can I avoid this problem.
> |
> | Thanks
> | Calvin
>
> 
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6/27/2008 12:44:39 PM
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