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Exchange/Outlook calendar sharing, or make calendar public?

Hi,

At my workplace we have a group of Project Manager's who are constantly going out on site visits (construction/repair industry). At present they and all other members of staff in the office share a single calendar in Outlook/Exchange. This becomes extremely cluttered and as a result it has been asked if it is possible that the PM's all add their individual site visit appointments to their own personal calendar in Outlook, and then all of these are automatically copied to a PM group calendar so that the Contracts Manager can see where all of the PM's are or are going to be at any point in time.

The man in charge wants it to be this way, as he wishes everyone in the entire office to use a personal calendar instead of the single group one. Is this possible?

The other option would be to have everyone's personal calendar show up in the public folder's section in Outlook, is this possible either?

We are running Server 2003 and Exchange 2003, with XP workstations.
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Thanks a lot guys, I showed the guy in charge the group calendar site and the Look one too and I think either one would probably do the trick, he seemed to be leaning more toward the group calendar though.

Help much appreciated,

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