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  • Public Folders - Calendars

    Hello

    Can anyone explain me how to create a Public Calendar in a Exchange 2003 structure?

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    Re: Public Folders - Calendars

    If you have permissions, you can create a new item in Public Folders that are shown at the bottom off your mailbox in Outlook.

    http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/...ics-Part1.html
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    Andy

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    • #3
      Re: Public Folders - Calendars

      Assuming you have permissions to do this then open your public folder list in your outlook client. Go to File>>New>>Folder.

      Name it as you wish and where it say 'Folder contains' Click the down arrow and select 'Calendar Items'.

      Click OK and you should see it in the list. From there you can right click the calendar and assign appropriate permissions.

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      • #4
        Re: Public Folders - Calendars

        Ok, but my system manager recognizes that public folder?

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        • #5
          Re: Public Folders - Calendars

          I think you need to explain a bit more what you mean.

          You need to set permissions on anything you create so people can view it. Right click and go to properties.
          cheers
          Andy

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          • #6
            Re: Public Folders - Calendars

            Once you create the folder on the outlook client it will show in your Exchange System Manager.

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            • #7
              Re: Public Folders - Calendars

              The key thing is don't create the public folder through ESM - ONLY through Outlook. ESM only creates mail type public folders - whereas Outlook will allow you to create Mail, Calendar, Contacts and Notes.

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