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Exchange 2007 and calendars

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Exchange 2007
Hi,
Is there a way I can create an outlook calendar on the exchange server instead of on an Outlook client?
everybody takes there computers/laptops home at night; therefore there is no outlook client available..
Hmm, maybe I should install the outlook client on a 2003 Server and share it from there???
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Do you have OWA enabled for everyone? exchange 2007

they can access shared calendars by https:/mail.domain.com/owa/username@domain.com/?cmd=contents&f=calendar

You can create a conference room mailbox or create another user and just give everyone access to it through Exchange Management console.
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