Give outside network users permission to Outlook calendar using delegate access

Posted on 2007-07-23
Last Modified: 2010-07-27
I have a user that would like to share his Outlook 2003 calendar with users outside of our network.  Is there a safe and easy way to do this.  If so, is it possible for the user to maintain this list to avoid the administrative headache?

Question by:cityoflafayette
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    Calendar shaing is a feature limited to user that are on the same Exchange Org.  The best answer that I typically give is to use a product like sharepoint to allow sharing of information with users that are not in the same Org.  

    Moss now allows a calendar sync to intergrate into your Outlook calendar but you may need Outlook 2007 for that feature but dont quote me on that one :P

    Author Comment

    Thx ATIG...I think you are correct about calendar sync only available in 2007.


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