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Publish Calendar to the Web

Now that I have created five calendars for conference rooms and given read-only access to everyone for these calendars, I have now been asked to publish these calendars to our intranet site.  I  know how to publish a snap shot of a calendar from Outlook but how do I publish a conference room calendar from Exchange and have it auto-update?
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justinmoore14Commented:
Hello TMartin40,

You may want to have a look at both of these links. The first one "Introduction To Calendar Sharing" (I think the "Publish My Calendar" section) is what you might be looking for. The second one "Introduction To Publishing Internet Calendars" goes into more detail. Hope this helps.



http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/ha101743591033.aspx


http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA101743551033.aspx




Justin

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Shreedhar EtteCommented:
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tmartin40Author Commented:
Okay...this is how I am trying to compensate (might be the wrong way to do it)...
On my webpage that I am trying to show the conference room calendar (one page for each calendar), I just created an iframe that links to the calendar.  It works great but, now the users have to login.  Because I set the reviewer property for all users, it then takes them directly to the calendar.  I cannot find any resource that shows me how to allow anonymous login for just these accounts so it can pass through nor can I find anything that shows me how to pass the login information to the login screen automatically so the user doesn't have to login.  An help would be appreciated.  I pasted the iframe code below and only replaced my domain with "xxx".

<table width="95%" cellpadding="10">
    <tr>
        <td>
          <iframe src ="http://mail.xxx.com/owa/ConfRoom1@xxx.com/?cmd=contents&module=calendar&view=weekly" width="100%" height="700">
  <p></p>
</iframe>  
        </td>
    </tr>
</table>
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justinmoore14Commented:
Unfortunately, I don't think that you are doing anything wrong. As Shree mentioned in the link he posted above "Could not find any option to embed the credentials" I to am unaware of how you could embed credentials or have them logon anonymously.

Also, did you see this note in the link I posted above "As of the release of Microsoft Office 2010 and the revision to Office Online, the ability to view and edit a published calendar through the Web browser is discontinued. You can still publish and subscribe to online calendars using Microsoft Outlook 2010, and subscribers can access published calendars also through programs such as Windows Live Calendar, Google Calendar or Apple iCal." Have you tried having them access the calender through something like "Windows Live Calendar"???



Justin
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tmartin40Author Commented:
I need this to link to Exchange.  It works, it is just a pain to have to log in.  Thanks, guess I'm asking for something that can't be done.
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