Looking to see what the simplest way would be to allow all users company wide to have read only access into each others calendars. This should all people to see the details of any appointments that aren't marked as private.
If I could do this via the powershell it would be great if the command could be posted, trying to avoid having to do this in every single person's outlook manually.
Ok So I found a script online that does exactly what I need it to do and it worked flawlessly. We're running exchange 2013 and it works fine even though it was made for Exchange 2010.
Here's the script
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