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Hi.  We have a new, relatively simple on premise Sharepoint 2013 install and we have Exchange 2010.

I am in the IT department and I have my own personal Outlook calendar and also a shared calendar for the IT Department.

I want both of these on my sharepoint.  I want it to people have the same read/write rights in Sharepoint as they would via Outlook.  I also want any changes from either Outlook or Sharepoint to sync back to each other (or worst case scenario, Outlook wins)

Is this possible?  If so, how?

Thanks!
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What you need to do is create a calendar on the sharepoint site and then link it to your outlook. You can't go from outlook to sharepoint, only sharepoint to outlook. You can export your current outlook calendar and import it to the sharepoint one once you have it connected.
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Thanks I will let you know if that works.
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