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Modify multiple exchange 2007 calendar security automatically

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Hi,

I would like to modify the default mailbox calendar permissions of 140 exchange accounts out of our 5000+ accounts. I have created a security group with 8 people in it and i would like to add edit rights to each calendar using this security group. Do you know of a simple way of achieving this?

Many thanks in advance

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Barryscott07,

It looks like you can do it using a utility called PFDavAdmin see the blog post here http://exchangeshare.wordpress.com/2008/05/27/faq-give-calendar-read-permission-on-all-mailboxes-pfdavadmin/

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