Calender sharing Office365 and

Occasional Contributor

Dear community,

I hope someone can help me with this issue.


A User with a standard account shared his calendar with a Office365 user (privilege - can edit)

The Office 365 User received the mail and added the user to his Outlook. (Office 365). The Office 365 user can see all details of the User but cannot add a calendar entry.

Using the Outlook web client of the Office365 the Office 365 user can view and create calendar entry’s without a problem.

Does someone have a idea how this can be enabled for the local Outlook client?


Thank you very much in regards.


2 Replies
best response confirmed by Nikolaus Yates (Occasional Contributor)

That is normal behavior for internet calendars.


If you have the newest version of Outlook desktop and enabled Calendar sharing improvements in File, Account Settings, open the account settings dialog. Double click on the account and click More Settings > Advanced, it should be editable in Outlook. 

Thank you so much for your great suggestion - it works