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Combine user's Outlook calendars into one Outlook calendar in real time.

Posted on 2009-07-15
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Using Exchange 2003 and Outlook 2003.
Is there a way to have a group of user's individual calendars combined into one calendar that everyone can access. This one calendar would need to be updated as user's accept their individual meeting invites.
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I am afraid, There is no such built-in feature in exchange. Check the third-party programs...
http://www.exchangegroupcalendar.com/
http://www.group-calendar.com/
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