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Shared Outlook Calendars in exchange 2003

I am currently supporting two companies one in Fort Worth,TX and the other in Austin,Tx. The network in austin is running Windows server 2003 std with Exchange 2003 both SP1 lets call this Domain A. The network in Fort Worth is running SBS 2003 and exchange lets call this one Domian B, for all tense and purposes they function as seperate companies however the owner of Domain B is also the CEO of Domain A so i have a site to site VPN tunnel setup between the two companies to access files from either location. Now what i need to find out is it possible for users in Domain B to share their outlook calendar with users in Domain A.

Thanks for any help

Daniel
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aa230002Commented:
Its not a question of domain A or domain B. Actually, it is at Exchange level and users from one Exchange organization can not share their calendars with the users on another Exchange organization. Calendar permissions are MAPI permissions and can be granted to the mailboxes in the Global Address List of the same organization only.

However, if you want to share only Free/Busy information between these two organizations, you can have a look at this KB ->
How to use the Internet Free/Busy feature in Outlook 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/827775/en-us

And in case, you want to share the calendar, you can share the calendar as a web page, but that will not be updated automatically. Here is the KB for the same ->
How to publish your Outlook 2000 calendar as a Web page
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/257984/en-us

Thanks,
Amit Aggarwal.
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