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  • Delete Calendra for deleted user from Exchange

    Hi,


    Exchange = Exchange Ent Edi + SP2

    I have deleted one user & mailbox from the exchange server and that user created conference + calendra in public folder.

    Now I want to delete that calendra + conference from exchange server.

    is there a way to access his calendra from exchange and delete it.

    Thanks in advance

    Regards
    Muneer

  • #2
    Re: Delete Calendra for deleted user from Exchange

    Hi,

    no comment yet, is this query understable to other

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    • #3
      Re: Delete Calendra for deleted user from Exchange

      No...I am unable to understand your query!!

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      • #4
        Re: Delete Calendra for deleted user from Exchange

        Hi,

        1)

        MFCMapi is the utility to access calendra in public folder on exchange server and using this tool you can modify/delete the calendar of other users...

        2) Which I was aware but not want to use.

        using ms outtlook (having full admin access on public folder) you can delete others created calendra/meeting/conf from public folder.

        i need to woek on lang


        Rgds
        Muneer

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        • #5
          Re: Delete Calendra for deleted user from Exchange

          If the calender has been created in a public folder and not the mailbox then open the properties of the public folder in ESM and change the Client Permissions to grant access to someone else to view the folder and delete it if required.

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