outlook 2007 - how to create a shared calender

Posted on 2012-08-28
Last Modified: 2012-08-28
How to create a shared calender that can be shared between 5 exchange users?
How to I open the shared calender on each users outlook?

Please advise.
Question by:gpersand
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    You'll need goto calendar properties of the user - add the 5 exchange users and assign them rights appropriately.

    Now, on each of the 5 exchange users' calendar you'll need to add the shared calendar using the link

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    by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
    You have 2 options either create a SHared Mailbox which will have a calendar and give right to all user on the Shared mailbox calendar and can open just specific calendar in Outlook.

    Other option could be to have a Calendar created in PF and add it to faviourties and monitor it :)

    Depends more on what you want to use that Calendar for :)

    - Rancy

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