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There is an hourly employee that needs access to her work calendar from home. IS there a way to setup access to that calendar without giving her access to email and anything else? Our company policy doesn't allow for work to be done off the clock for hourly employees so we were  trying to allow just calendar access. I was not sure if you could setup a rule or policy to just allow the calendar function.

Running Exchange 2013.
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Natively? Short answer - no.
The calendar is part of the mailbox, so the mailbox has to be opened first.

There are various SharePoint Web Parts for Calendar, which would allow you to publish part of the mailbox via a SharePoint server, but they aren't free, so for a single user, not very cost effective.

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