Tips to solve issues with edit/sync Outlook.com shared calendars after migration
- Ensure that your calendars and email sync correctly.
- For that, you need to reconnect your Outlook.com account to Outlook for Windows.
- To do that you can create a new Outlook profile and add your Outlook.com account.
- Once it is done, delete your old Outlook.com profile.
Tips to solve issues with editing a shared calendar in Outlook 2016
- You cannot use Outlook on Windows to edit Shared calendars with your Outlook.com account.
- This applies even if you have reconnected your Outlook.com account to Outlook.
- Outlook 2016 for Windows possibly allows editing shared calendars.
- You can edit a shared calendar by going online to your own Outlook.com calendar.
How to solve the error when trying to accept a shared Outlook.com calendar with Office 365 for business account in Outlook 2016
- To access the calendar shared with your Office 365 for business account, you need to accept the invitation from Outlook on the web, iOS, or Android.
- In case you have already clicked the accept button in Outlook 2016, it won’t be possible to re-accept from another Outlook application.
How to solve the error when trying to send a calendar sharing invite in Outlook on the web
- Open ADSI edit on an Active Directory Domain Controller.
- From Outlook on the web, find the user trying to share the calendar.
- Select Properties by right-clicking the user’s name.
- Pick Attribute editor and edit 'publicDelegates' and 'msExchDelegateListLink' attributes to remove the name of the user with whom the calendar is shared.
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