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In Office Outlook Web Access in a public calendar how do I invite attendees?

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In OWA I can invite attendees in my own calendar, but not in the public calendar. The 'invite attendees' button is not an option. Is there a way to put the button on the public calendar? We are using SBS 2008. Thanks for your help.
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Hello...that's not possible.  wasn't in Exchange 2003 and isn't in Exchange 2007.  see the selected solution in the EE link below.

http://w.e-e.com/InLwNW
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thx for the pts!
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