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Exchange 2013 Issues using Public Calendar

Posted on 2013-12-16
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I have a recently setup Exchange 2013 and we are running a Multi Tenant environment with several domains with their own Organizational Units and Gals

The issue that we are having is that when I have example

Domain A

abc.com

I have 5 Mailboxes for abc.com

I need to have a Public Calendar that all members of Domain A can have full read/write access to

I have tried creating the Public Mailbox and Public Folder and that has not worked

I would appreciate any help as we are groing a little frustrated at this point for something as simple as sharing a calendar

Thank you
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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There are various ways of doing this, depending on how you want to manage it.
One method is to simply create a Shared Mailbox for the calendar and then grant people permissions to the calendar folder. You can invite that to meetings as well.

The other main method is a public folder, as you have already discovered. You haven't said why it didn't work.

Simon.
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