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Exchange Management Shell - share calender in Exchange 2007

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We have Exchange 2007 and Outlook XP - about 120 users.

We want everybody to be able to look in others calender - specielly when booking a meeting, we want to see, why the others are booked.

Appointments marked as Private may not be shared.

How is the script-command in Exchange Management Shell to do this?
Must I execute the command, every time I create a new user?
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