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is there a way to setup a shared calendar in exchange 2000 where when a change is made that the users who are part of the public folder  calendar recieves an email automatically.  
 
On exchange 2000 I create a subfolder in public folder name web services and then added a calander.  then setup the apporiate permissions.
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by:michaellundgren
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Exchange doesn't provide you with this feature but you can probably crate a script that does it for you.

Here's a script that sends a notification when a new post is added to a public folder.
It might work for you. (I haven't tested the script...)

Regards,
Michael Lundgren
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by:cogit
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Michael,

Thanks for the  suggestion but i do not see the sample script
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he he, sorry:-)

http://www.cdolive.com/pfalert.htm

/Michael
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Do you think this solution will work with 2000? Example is showing 5.5
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