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I have exchange server 5.5 and outlook 2002.  Some users would like to share the calendars in their mail boxes with the other users calendars.

The exchange has x.400 as well as smtp connectors.

For example there are three users namely user A, user-B and user -c

User-a would like to see the calendar of user-b and user-c

User -b would like to see the calendar of user-a and user-c

User-c would like to see the calendar of user- a and user -b
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This slipstick article should answer everything for you - http://www.slipstick.com/exs/pfshare.htm
The calendar sharing section is:

To share your own calendar with someone else, grant access with Tools | Options | Delegates or with the File | Properties dialog for the Calendar folder. If you don't see the Delegates tab and you do have Exchange Server in the current profile, use Tools | Options | General | Add-in Manager to add the Dlgsetp.ecf add-on.  
To set up a conference room or other resource for shared use, see Scheduling Resources for Microsoft Outlook.

Outlook 2002 is the first version of Outlook with a built-in function for viewing a combined calendar for a group of people (in the Calendar folder, Actions | View Group Schedules). Outlook 2003 is the first version that allows you to view multiple calendar folders -- including those for other people or in Public Folders -- in a side-by-side view. See Maintaining a Group Calendar in Outlook for ideas on how to accomplish either of these tasks with third-party tools and other techniques.
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