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Delete holiday on all users exchange

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I'm looking for a solution to delete specific holiday on all our exchange users?

Mike
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Hi

If you are reffering to the Outlook (rich client) ability to add Public Holidys to users calendars. Im fariler certain you are not able to remove those exntries voa Exchange.

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Having said that, this post http://mykbit.blogspot.co.uk/2010/11/adding-or-deleting-company-holidays.html seems to indicate that it is possible with PowerShell.
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