We have a secretary who has access to a calendar where she can perform "on behalf of" functions. However, she is denied access to a meeting notice even though she can access a meeting sent from someone else on that calendar. It has happened twice from the same ID. According to the person sending the message, there was nothing special sent. Any suggestions? We are using Notes R5.0.
Check to see if the sender encrypted the meeting notice. The secretary will be denied if that is the case. This also applies if the meeting was marked private or if it was marked to not allow delegation. I believe the delegation issue is being addressed by either 5.0.7 or 5.0.8.
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