Exchange 2003 public folder add calendar

Posted on 2006-05-16
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I know this is a very basic question but how do I add a calendar to a public folder?  I have no idea what so ever!

Thanks in advance.
Question by:AlistairDyer
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    when you create a public folder you get the option to select the type.. select the type as appointments/calendar.

    this can be done via outlook client
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    Expert Comment

    create a new public folder. you get an option there (drop down list) this folder contains.. over there you have the option to select calendar items.

    this is from outlook client
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