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Exchange 2007 Showing Public Calendar through Web

Posted on 2009-03-30
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I am building a intranet where I want to display our corporate calendar on the main page.  I used to do this with Exchange 2003 but does not seem to be working with 2007.  I get forbidden Access.  I am using the following link structure. I have checked IIS and the virtual directory is present.

https://server/public/calendarname/?cmd=contents&view=monthly">

Any ideas to have this show correctly.
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What client permissions are on the public folder?

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Everyone has full access to this particular folder.
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That doesn't really mean a great deal.
You need to be more specific than just saying "everyone" because there is no mail enabled object called Everyone in Exchange.

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