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Posted on 2011-10-04
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Hello,

Is it possible to share individual calendars by all users, within the domain from the Exchange 2007 server, rahter than from within outlook.

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by:WayneATaylor
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Yes you can set permissions for limited or Full Access to each individuals mailbox from within the Exchange console.  Just drill into the mailbox store and you should see each mailbox.  Right click on thema nd you will see the permissions settings.

Wayne


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All,
The pfdav is not an option for us This tool is not very trustworthy.
Also, we only need the calendars of individual users, not the mailboxes as you can see there are only full access or send as permissins.
The full access allows you to view the complete mailbox, what we don't want. We only want modify rights on the individual calendars.
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Hi,

do you care to explain how it is not trustworthy? Microsoft themselfs recommend it.

http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=22427

the tool lets you do the settings per user just as you have requested :).
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To Reubenwelsh,

Thx for your info, but the user that will need to use this tool is not really an admin person.
We are a bit afraid that this user might screw the system / mailboxes .....
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In the end we ended up using a similar tool- can't remember the name - this allowed to set the 'default' permissions on the calendars to what we wanted. It was simpler then pdavadmin so the local admin can use this.

This didn't remove the specific added rights (example: default = owner, user x = read rights) the user x kept the read rights. So that had to be removed manually.
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other tool
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