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Pulling an Exchange Public Calendar to Share Point

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I have a new Share Point install 2010 and want to pull a public calendar I have created in Exchange 2010 that is for tracking vacations.  I know how to pull over my own calendar becaue it is attached to my mailbox, but how do you do it when there is no real mailbox owner persay.
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Hi, I know it's not what you asked but we actually do this the other way around. Were really into share point and sync a calendar to our Outlook.

http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blogs/GetThePoint/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=73
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