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    Hey guys,

    I'm stuck big time, using exchange. there's a calendar however, no one has the permissions to delete it or change the security settings. The user who created the calendar has been deleted and we only have the uid. I know who the user was.

    Any way to either change the permissions on the calendar and/or recreate a user with an exact previous uid?

    Thanks

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    Is it the deleted users personal calendar, or a shared calendar for which only the deleted user had permission to change?

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    It's a shared calendar, only he has/had the permissions to change it.

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    If it's a shared calendar then a member of the exchange admin group would normally still have permission to go in and assign new permissions?

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