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Calender Sharing and Access for Exchange 2010

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Hi

I have successfully published a calender for someone who is on our network and have let someone who is external to my company have access to that. They have subscribed to the calender and added it to their own calender system. I was only able to give them read only access and I want to be able to give them the access to create calender appointments too.

Can you tell me if this is possible and if so, how I configure it?

Many thanks in advance.

Scott

PS. I am running Exchange 2010 SP3 RollUp 4
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How did you grant someone external access to the calendar?  Once I know the method you used, then I'll be better able to assist.
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by:cbapartnership
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Sorry, I forgot to put that all important information on my question.

I logged into the users OWA and published her calender that way. That created the url link that I gave to the external user. She can access it fine but only read only.

Thank You
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Unfortunately, read-write calendar access is not available using that method.  Exchange will not permit an anonymous web user to update a calendar.  That functionality is strictly for read-only purposes.

These are the levels of sharing you can provide:
* CalendarSharingFreeBusySimple Share free/busy hours only
* CalendarSharingFreeBusyDetail Share free/busy hours, subject, and location
* CalendarSharingFreeBusyReviewer Share free/busy hours, subject, location, and the body of the message or calendar item
* ContactsSharing Share contacts only
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