This may have been discussed before, but I haven't seen anything necessarily the same as what I'm hoping to accomplish, so I'm going to ask.
We have Exchange 2010. What we would like to do is to allow a single person to add a calendar event, and have it populate that calendar event into the calendars of everyone that is a member of a particular group. So for example, if accounting has a meeting on Friday, we want someone to be able to add the calendar event for that meeting in one place, and have it push down to each individual calendar...without them needing to accept the invite. We simply want certain things to be added to multiple calendars, without the end user being required to "accept" an invitation.
This would also be handy for things like holidays, half days, and especially specific department meetings.
We have a fairly good collection of security groups that, if possible, would be awesome if we could simply have this person assign a calendar event to that group and have it push down to the members. I just don't know if there is a way to do that, or a different way to achieve the same thing. The sticker of this appears to be not requiring the end user to accept any calendar invites. Management just wants it to be added from a central user.
Thanks in advance.