I have a company that wishes to create a shared calendar within the organization, but also needs to have about 20 users access it from the internet. I am researching some solutions like Google Calendar or other options (any suggestions???).
Our requirements - internal users can access the shared calendar and make entries. External users should also be able to access the calendar and view entries. It would be great if they could add entries too.
Licensing will be an issue. I don't want to create 20 user accounts for the external users. But I have no problem creating one account and giving them OWA access - the external users don't need to be individual on the system - it's just for reviewing the calendar.
Is there any way in Exchange 2003 to lock down a user within a mailbox - so that only the calendar will work - not send/receive email?