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How do I give everyone access to each other Microsoft Outlook Calendar?

Hi Everyone,

I've been tasked with giving everyone access to each others outlook calendar. How do I do this without having each person share there calendar out. Can I do this through the exchange system manager?
Thanks for your help.
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Mestha

8/22/2022 - Mon
EddyJackson

I don't believe it's possible to do this from the server, without giving all users full access to the entire mailbox.  I would put together a tutorial with screenshots walking the users through, right-clicking on their Calendar in Outlook, clicking on Properties, and changing the Default permissions.
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cireduran

Are you sure its not possible? My manager says that they were able to do this before we migrated our exchange server to a new server from SBS 2003.
Mestha

I am 100% sure it isn't possible from the server.
The only thing that you can do from the server is grant full access to the entire mailbox. You cannot set it to a folder level from the server. It is in effect a client side setting.

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