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Posted on 2013-11-27
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Hi All

I have six users who are not a member of the domain but connect to exchange using Outlook Anywhere.

That want to have 1 calendar that they can all edit delete and add to etc that they can all see.

what is the best way to achieve this?

John
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Six users that are not members of the domain yet connect to Outlook?  So they have accounts?  I would create a Public calendar and give all six of them authoring rights to it.
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Ok Thanks for replying I assume this is easy enough to do?

John
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You can create a calendar in Public Folders using your Outlook client. Once created, you can assign the permissions to those users
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The hard part of it is explaining to the users how to get to public folders ;)

You can create the calendar in Outlook yourself and assign permissions to the users.
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