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Exchange 2010 - Publish calendar to internet and allow changes

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Exchange 2010 SP1 on Windows 2008 R2 and want to be able to publish a calendar (shared user, not a public folder) to the internet. Want people to be able to view the calendar and some non-Exchange users would need the ability to add/change the events in the calendar.

I see plenty on publishing the calendar, but nothing on if people can add to it or make changes.
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There is nothing that can give the public an open invitation to be able to modify  your calendar.

If you want people to be able to make changes to your calendar... you can use a webdav server.... or I suggest you set up a 2 way sync to a Google calendar and allow people to make changes to that. Anyone with a google account can log on and make changes and actually if you set it up you can allow anyone to make changes to it.
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Where would I set up the Google sync then? On the Exchange server? Or would a Google account pull from Exchange?

I assume people who want to make changes to the calendar then would go to Google instead.

What is involved with webdav?
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Would it just be easier to give someone access via OWA?
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Answered the question, not really a solution.
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