Can an "accepted meeting invite" be saved in the Exchange Server 2007 Public Calendar?

Posted on 2014-08-27
Last Modified: 2014-09-21
I have an SBS2008 server
-      All users are on Windows 7 Pro workstations with Office 2010 Pro

When a user accepts a calendar meeting invite from an outside source via email, it goes into his local Outlook 2010 calendar. Is there a way to have the “accepted meeting invite” go into the “Public Shared Calendar”?
Question by:agieryic
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    Hi, agieryic.

    There's no way I know of to make this happen automatically.  You could do it with a script (i.e. a macro) or the recipient could simply drag and drop the meeting to the public shared calendar once they've accepted the meeting.
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    Thanks!, I wanted to be sure.

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