Public Folder calendar in Excahnge 2010

Hi Exchange experts,

OS: Windows server 2008 R2
Exchange server 2010

I just have one public folder calendar in Exchange 2010 and don't have much experience using it.  I have two questions to our Exchange Experts whether it is possible to:

1) Push all calendar changes to subscribed users via email notification
2) view history of all calendar changes in a manner accessible to individual users.


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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Public Folders are really not the best and most effective place to have calendars, mailboxes are better. However using Public Folder Calendars you are limited to what you can do.

For both of your questions all the user has to do if they have access tot he public folder calendar is change the view to details and this will show all of the entries that the calendar has.

Will.
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DeoraliAuthor Commented:
Thanks Will.  Looks like there is not much we can do with public folder calendar.  I was able to generate email notification for users when new calendar entry was made but it seems there is no way to generate  email when the entry was modified. List view was able to provide more detail about the calendar entries.

Thanks!
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