I want to be able to share a public folder on Exchange on the Web without being prompted for a log-in. Specifically, this is a public folder calendar.
If I set the permissions in Outlook 2003 on the calendar itself to Anonymous = owner ...that, in itself didn't do it. I had to get into inetmgr (IIS) and browse to "public" under default Web Site, go to properties of "public" and then under directory security - "authentication and access control" - ck. the "enable anonymous access" ck. box.
Problem is... now all the public folders are available anonymously. I only want the calendar able to be accessed without logging-in. I've seen this done on other Exchange servers... so, I know it can be done. Just don't know how to set it up that way.
We're using Exchange 2003 Std. on SBS 03 Standard.
We're accessing the calendar directly via a URL like http://servername/public/public_cal
If I lop off the "public_cal" part... all the folders are visible... which is not what I want.