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Is there a way to create a calendar so that I can create single appointments for the whole company so that everyone gets a reminder when the appointment approaches?  We are using Exchange 2010

Thanks,

Allie
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by:Adam Farage
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Just create a dynamic distribution list that includes all recipients and send out a calendar invite.
You in theory could create a shared mailbox and share out only the calendar or a public folder calendar, but that gets messy quick.

I would recommend looking at sharepoint since you can sync a sharepoint site down to outlook.
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by:TSAdmin8
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Hi Adam,

There are 2 problems with calendar invites:
1) whoever sends out the invite gets stuck with over 100 replies and
2) Some events are mandatory (HR does not want people to decline, just wants the events to fire up a reminder when time comes)...
Is there a better solution?

Thanks again,

Allie
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Not that I can think of.
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