14.3.2 update\Sent messages are being filtered If you are experiencing this issue, upgrade to newer version.Server-side rules cannot be created The only server-side rules that Outlook for Mac currently supports is Out of Office.This will be done using a public folder, which means it can be access from the Outlook application.
You will need to create a Public Folder mailbox if you do not already have one.
This is done in the Now that you have a Public Folder Mailbox it’s time to create the root public folder. Click Public Folders at the top of the screen and click the plus button to create a new folder.
It appears it was storing the information in an OST for the owner, but not sharing it to the public calendar.
It was like it had an offline version of the public folder and was only saving information to the Owner's MS Outlook not the actual public folder. Is there anyway to retrieve her calendar entries that were in the OST?
We recommend that you allow Administrators to be an Owner of this folder and keep the rest as default. If you do not see the public folders section check that you have assigned the correct permissions above.
This will mean that normal users cannot create new public folders, it will have to be done by an administrator. If you have only just created the public folder mailbox and root public folder it may take a few hours for the public folders to appear here.When the Directory Server (LDAP) information is configured correctly in the account settings, the functionality is enabled for directory lookups, but Outlook will repeatedly display an error code 17768.We have contacted Microsoft about this and This will also prevent direct GAL lookups.Also how do I prevent this from happening again, and if it's a known Outlook issue is there a third party Calendar system that works better? If you would like to share a calendar, you need to create a top-level public folder which will contain a subfolder of the Calendar type.Now it appears the entries she created are nowhere to be found.