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I work in the medical field and I have recently been tasked with enabling access to users calendars. I have a group of doctors who need their schedulers to be able to access there calendars to be able to add/remove items. The doctors exclusively access their emails via iphone. What would be the least painful way to go about doing this? We are running Exchange 2007, and the users are either running Office 2007 or 2010.
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You can use the Exchange Powershell to accomplish this task on your server. The command you would want would be:

Add-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity <doctor>:\Calendar -User <scheduler> -AccessRights <permissions>

For instance, to give Steve rights as a Reviewer to Jeff's calendar, you'd use something like:

Add-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity Jeff:\Calendar -User Steve -AccessRights Reviewer

You would then just add their calendar in Outlook at the scheduler's PC (Steve, in this case).
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