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MS Exchange 2010 SP1 - Calendar & Contacts Sharing

Posted on 2012-04-11
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Hi,

We have MS Exchange 2010 SP1, and our clients are Outlook 2010. I have added the ADM extension to our Active Directory Domain Controller for administrating Office 2010 and Outlook 2010.

What setting do I have to change on our MS Exchange Server and our Outlook Clients (if these could be done by GPO would be great) for activating the Calendar Sharing between our clients?

Also we're interested in sharing contacts.
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by:Amit
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You cannot share calendar using GPO. Better to use Public folder for calendar or contact sharing
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How can I setup that in the MS Exchange and the Outlook clients?
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by:us-aroc82
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Do you have anything for Sharing Contacts  in Exchange 2010 ?
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Could I re-generate the Exchange Server's Digital Certificate?
Could I do it without impacting the users's work?
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Resetting the Virtual Directoies would help?
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