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How to unshared or remove permission to view Outlook shared calendar?

For example, you have shared your calendar to other Exchange users in Outlook before. But now, you want to unshared the calendar, in other words you need to cancel the permissions of other Exchange users to view your calendar, any ideas? Here, in this article I will show you the detailed steps to solve this problem.

Unshared or remove permission to view Outlook shared calendar

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To unshared your Outlook calendar with other Exchange users in Outlook, please do as follows:

1. In the Calendar view, click to select the specified calendar you will unshared on the Navigation Pane.

2. Click Folder > Calendar Permissions.

3. Under the Permissions tab of the Calendar Properties dialog box, please select the specified Exchange user you will unshared your calendar with, and click the Remove button. See screenshot:

Note: For removing permissions of multiple Exchange users to view your Outlook calendar, please repeat this step one by one.

4. Click the OK button to close the Calendar Properties dialog box.

So far, you have removed the permissions of specified Exchange users to view your Outlook calendar already, and the shared calendar won’t be updated in the specified users’ Outlook.

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    Tammy · 4 months ago
    I followed these directions and it removed the additional access. Now the person I gave the permission to can't see anything.
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    Betty · 11 months ago
    Hello - how do I add an Unread folder in my Office 365 Outlook e-mail inbox. I want to have all my unread e-mail messages automatically placed here so that I know which messages need to be read. Thanks.
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      kellytte · 4 months ago
      Hi Betty,
      The search folder can solve your problem. Click Folder > New Search Folder, and then click to highlight Unread mail in the New Search Folder dialog, and finally click OK to create it.
      Now all unread emails are collected to the search folder automatically.
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    Ellie · 1 years ago
    I followed those directions and it did not work.