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Is there a way to have meeting invites automatically placed in Exchange Server 2007 Public calendar?

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I have a user on an Exchange 2007 server (on SBS2008 Server) that would like to have all his meeting invites go into the Public shared calendar and not his current Outlook 2010. I don't think there's a way but wanted to make sure

If not, is there a way to forward the meeting invite to the Shared Public Calendar?
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Cannot be done. You cannot invite a public folder calendar to a meeting.
You might be able to create a rule to send the invite to a public folder, but I don't think Exchange will process it correctly. Public folder calendars really should be treated like old paper diaries - requiring manual intervention.

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Thanks!
Wanted to be sure
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