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calenders - 6.May2004 2:21:00 PM   
stebennettsjb

 

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hi, im very new to exchange 2003, with previous knowledge of the older versions.

I want to make a calender which everyone can view, i thought it would be done in exchange but i cnt seem to find anything on it, is it possible?? and can anyone suggest some reading on the subject if it is...
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RE: calenders - 6.May2004 2:23:00 PM   
stebennettsjb

 

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sorry there, i missed the NO from the previous experience of older versions....

with NO experience of the older versions.....

hope someone can help

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RE: calenders - 6.May2004 2:35:00 PM   
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Hi,

when your users use outlook to connect to exchange server they can`t share their calendars with each other user ?

best regards
Bj÷rn Bnrstinghaus

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RE: calenders - 6.May2004 3:03:00 PM   
Henrik Walther

 

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You just need to create a public folder which can contain calendar items. This can either be done through the Exchange System Manager or an Outlook MAPI client (or even OWA but you can set permissions through OWA though).

If doing it through an Outlook MAPI client, just right-click All Public Folders > select New Folder, now give the new folder a name then specify Calendar Items under Folder Contains. Hit OK then take properties of the New Folder and set required permissions etc.

That's it really.

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