I have a client that wants a non-employee to be able to read and edit the CEO's calendar. (Sounds crazy, right?) Because this person is not an employee, then don't want them to be able to send email. But they need to have access to the shared calendars.
I was thinking of creating an account for the non-employee user so they can login to OWA and then share the CEO's calendar so that the non-employee has access to read and edit it.
How can I setup a user and then disable that user from sending emails but still have access to a shared calendar?
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