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In Outlook 2010, I have been trying to make a new appointment or a new meeting request on a shared calendar.  It is a mailbox using K2 License.  It works fine when I am editing a mailbox using E3 license.  In Windows Powershell, I granted myself PublishingEditor Access Rights for this calendar.  I have closed Outlook, deleted calendar, re-added calender.  Every time I try to make a new appointment or a new meeting request by double-clicking on a box, Outlook says it "Cannot open the free/busy information.  You do not have sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object.  See the folder contact or your system administrator."  When I right click, it gives me all the options, but when I click on one I get the message above.   When I am in OWA, it works fine.  It allows me to add an Appointment.  Any ideas on what I am missing?  Thanks.

 

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  • Hello RichAV,

    K-plans are kiosk/deskless worker plans.  They have Exchange access ONLY through OWA.

    www.microsoft.com/.../kiosk-worker-plans.aspx

  • Can i use POP Client and Connect the Kiosk worker?

    What Calender and GAL functionality will i get with this synerio?