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Calendar without public folders - 19.May2008 9:07:43 AM   
unaveed1

 

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Hello all i have this need for the organization .They want me have calendars for all three confrence rooms where everyone can go in and schedule the mettings and everyone and go in and look at the schedules .They dont want me to use public folders .Is there another way i can do this.Thanks
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RE: Calendar without public folders - 19.Jun.2008 6:04:40 AM   
Mr.Jones

 

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  • For every resource you will have to create a user account in the active directory and give it a mailbox in Exchange.
  • Log on with the username and password of the resource and set up an outlook profile.
  • Open Outlook and
    • On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click Calendar Options.
    • Click Resource Scheduling.
    • Click the options you want.
    • Click Set Permissions
    • Click the Permissions tab, and then click Add.
    • In the Type name or select from list box, enter the name of each person you want to grant permissions to, clicking Add after each name.
    • Click OK.
    • In the Permission Level list, click Author.

Quoted from: http://www.exchangegroupcalendar.com/Q%26A%20Tips%20Tricks.htm#Q1_-_We_want_to_have_a_public_calendar_for_the_whole_company_and_then_have_a_public_calendar_for_each_office._We_want_to_find_a_way_to_populate_the_global_company_calendar_with_the_events_from_each_office._

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