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Making a Public Calendar Appear in the Global Address Book Outlook XP / Exchange 2000

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I have set up a Public Folder in Outlook/Exchange that is called ‘Meetings’. The purpose of this folder is to have a shared calendar that everybody can book for meetings. What I want to do is this: When you send out invitations/new meeting requests I want to be able to specify the ‘Meetings’ calendar from the address book so that the meeting is automatically booked in to the calendar. So how do I give the ’Meetings’ calendar an address and get in in to the Global Address book? Am I taking the right approach here to achieve this?    
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You need to create a resource mailbox not a public folder.
This is quite a good quide: http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF019.html

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