Can you have Public Calendars without an Exchange Server

I have a client who would like to have "Public Calendars" (Conference Room Schedule, Employee Schedule) setup for the entire office to access.  They have a Windows Server 2003 domain environment but they are not using any type of e-mail server (Exchange, Lotus).  Is it possible to have\setup public folders without an email server?
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Greetings, Tech-4-Life !

For a company events calendar, you can simply create a new Calendar folder in Public Folders and grant permissions through the Properties dialog for the folder.

If you don't use Exchange Server, you can do the same thing with Net Folders. In fact, that's almost the only group calendar method available to non-Exchange Server users.

Best wishes!
Netfolders was only availiable for use with Outlook 2000 and earlier.

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