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Auto-populate user's Outlook Calendars

Posted on 2010-08-25
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Our firm needs to auto-populate the user's calendars with key firm dates.  Sending calendar invites won't work since there are roughly 20 key dates.

Is there a method to do this automatically?
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Depends on your version of Exchange
Create the appointment and export it to a PST file

Exchange 2003:
Use Exmerge to import the PST into all mailboxes

Exchange 2007:
Use Import-Mailbox cmdlet to import the PST into all mailboxes
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Update: the exmerge utility did work in this case.
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