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Share Calendars Domain Wide

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I want to give everyone in our domain 'Read Only' access to everyone's calendar through Outlook.  

Currently I can pull up anyone's calendar but all you see is the block of time with a description of 'Busy'.  I want everyone to be able to see what meetings people have without having to ask each user to share their calendar to everyone individually.

Is there an easy way to do this through Active Directory?
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by:agonza07
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Exchange 2003 or 2007/2010?
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2003
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by:agonza07
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Be careful though, you may run into some privacy issues. For example if someone schedules a doctor's appointment on their calendar, or something like that.

Check out this utility.
http://www.telnetport25.com/2008/12/exchange-2003-change-mailbox-folders-permissions-in-bulk/
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I was actually able to do this on each Exchange server using pfdavadmin

Great tool that made all calendars 'Reviewer' as Default group.  Worked like a charm and applied permissions in about 7 clicks.
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Worked perfect
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