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Exchange server 2010 public folders

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Hi,

Environment has exchange 2010 with Outlook.  

I need to created a new public folder and give everyone permissions. I have created the folder via exchange toolbox.

Once the public folder/mailbox is listed under public folders within Outlook I would like all users to only see the Calendar.

Please can you point me in the right direction? Do I need to run a powershell command on the exchange server?

Any pointers?

Thanks.
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You can create PF calendar directly.
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