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How can I achieve this?  Thx
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What do you mean Central outlook calendar? you want a calendar accessible to many employees at the same time?

To do this, you have to have an exchange server, and Create a Calendar folder in your Public Exchange store. After this, you give or remove rights to the people you want to have access to it.
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Hi mcrmg,

This can help you

http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/share.htm


SR..
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So, it looks like the best bet is to set up ex server.  ex server uses a lot of resources on the server, right?
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I would agree with Yan_west that exchange server is the best bet

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Yes.. there are other product then outlook where you can do this, like lotus organizer.... but you'll have so much more advantage with exchange..
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How can I set it up or what are the requirements?  Thx
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1st- buy exchange std or enterprise.. if you have more then 150 users, go with enterprise, because the std edition has a maximum database size (for the entire mail sotre) of 16GB. and if you have std and go over that, you'll be in trouble.

exchange 2003 deployment guide:

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/2003/library/depguide.mspx
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mcrmg,

Thank you

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