>I have noticed an interesting peculiarity in Outlook 2003 using RPC over
> HTTP. I have Outlook 2003 on two different computers. One computer is in a
> office and is in a domain (not the same domain as the Exchange server),
> other computer is in a home and is not in a domain. Both are running XP
> and have same service packs and Q331320. Both are set to connect to the
> remote Exchange 2003 server (2K3 SBS) using RPC over HTTP.
> Here's the big difference, the Outlook 2003 on the computer in a domain
> (again, a different domain than the remote Exchange server) has the
> to see the permissions tab on objects like Calendars, Mailboxes, Contacts,
> Public folders etc. The Outlook 2003 at home (not in any domain) does not
> show the permissions tab on any items (as in... right-click > Properties >
> Permissions). So sharing my calendar, contacts etc.from my home computer
> not possible.
> My best guess is that has something to do with the domain /non-domain
> situation, missing AD attributes or something like that. (though it may be
> unrelated and just a bug on my home pc)
> What gives? Is this a known limitation? How can I give my home PC the
> ability to set Permissions without joining a domain?