Outlook 2010 & Windows 7 (both 32 bits) heavy problems
We recently start to install French Outlook 2010 32 bits under Windows 7 32 bits with latest Zimbra connector.
Our sys admin upgrade our server with latest version of corporate working on Ubuntu.
First - Everything work well:
Connector work, and we start initial sync.
No problems there.
Second - start the problems:
When we delete inbox email it doesn't sync on server.
When we send items it's not apear on server send item.
Deleted mails folder are the same.
Third - the problems turn in nightmare:
User create some folders in outlook and start to store some mails in.
The folder was both on Outlook and server.
But because of second point we delete profile and restart initial sync.
Now these folders are hidden (we can't see any of it) in outlook and on server.
When we try to create a folder with the same old name server say "Folder already exist".
When we search for the mails in these old hidden folder we find them, in the correct folder!
We try to resync user account on admin side but it didn't change anything.
Any idea / help / gun ?
Problem regarding Outlook 2007
We are running a Windows Small Business Server 2003 with Exchange 2003 SP2 environment in our office. Users have mostly Outlook 2007 installed on their workstations.
We have come across a problem that as yet we cannot find a solution to:
In our boardroom shared calendars - If someone with rights to create, edit and delete on that calendar creates an appointment and makes that appointment private, they cannot move, amend or cancel that appointment unless they are the owners of that calendar or have ownership rights to it. They also cannot change the appointment to “non-private” so as to allow them to move the appointment. Now this is not an option for us, because we cannot have everyone viewing everyone’s private appointments on that calendar.
What we need is to have the organizer of any private appointment to be able to shift that appointment around without being the owner of that shared calendar or being able to view other private appointments created by other users in that calendar.
Is there anyway we can achieve this?
Please note I am told this was not a problem in Outlook 2003 and has become an issue only since our move from outlook 2003 to 2007.