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Exchange 2013 calendar sharing

Posted on 2015-01-22
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Hello everyone -

I have a client who wants to be able to share and manage a common calendar. At first glance it seemed public folders might be the answer however most of the users need to view this calendar on a smart phone. Some are droid and some are iOS. We want to add it so that when folks view it in outlook they still get the pop up reminders too. Is there a nice all inclusive feature rich way to share a calendar securely among these platforms in exchange 2013?

Thanks!!
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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the best solution is to use sharepoint
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Really?  Exchange 2013 does not include a feature for this?
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I would like to move to delete this question.  My question was centered around using exchange 2013 only for the solution.  Suggestions to use sharepoint may be valid as a solution, but for us sharepoint is far too expensive.  If there's not a good best practice way to do this using just exchange then I'd like to remove this question.
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I requested to remove the question.
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