Adding holidays in public folder calendars

As my title states -> how do I import holidays into a public folder calendar? I created the folder in Outlook 2007, but my end users have Outlook 2K3, not that that should matter.

Thanks in advance!
Shane
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rakeshmiglaniCommented:
you cannot import into the public folder calendar.
you might have to add them to your personal calendar in outlook and later on copy them to the public folder calendar.
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coolsport00Author Commented:
I don't want to create a 'bogus' user, log-in, import holidays into it's personal calendar, then export/import. Is there any other alternative you can think of?

Thanks in advance for the posts!
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rakeshmiglaniCommented:
if you don't want to create a "bogus" user for this then you can do this with your mailbox.
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coolsport00Author Commented:
Which I don't want to do, as I have (obviously) other appoints, etc in my calendar. Thanks for all the input.
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coolsport00Author Commented:
Thanks "rake" :)
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