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Exchange 2007 - open shared calendars on mobile devices

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Hello,

I know that natively Iphone do not support opening shared calendars (I am not sure about other mobile). Is there a way that I can make this possible. We use SBS 2008 with Exchange 2007, and we have 3 calendars  that are shared, and about 20 mobile devices accessing the network. We are most interested in iPhone solution, but I will appriciate any help on other devices.


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Create a new mailbox, export (or move) the shared calendar there and then setup a common yet complex password for that.

After you have that setup, have each iPhone user setup a new Exchange ActiveSync account for your new mailbox with the shared calendar within it and ONLY sync the calendar portion. Not the mail, contacts or notes.

That is the only way I can possibly think of unless you want to go with internet sharing, which is a massive pain to setup.
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