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Posted on 2004-09-12
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We are a K-12 school with a 2003 Server and 2003 Exchange.  Our clients all run Outlook 2003.  Most of our users keep a Outlook calendar.
We want to create a (dynamic) school calendar that would be maintained by the front office (and would most likely change/add/delete items daily).
We realize that using Public Folders we can create a side-by-side calendar where a user looks at his/her personal calendar next to a school one.
BUT, is there a way or a 3rd party app that will allow:
* the school calendar to OVERLAY onto a users personal calanedar (main goal)
and
* perhaps also let us export this school calendar to an HTML file so we can easily post this chnaging calendar for parents, etc (less important)

Thank you,
Bill Tucker M.Ed MCSE
Director of Tecnology
Lincoln School
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