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    We have about 20 different "VIPs" that when new employees come in they need access to their contacts/calendars (Exchange &

    Outlook 2003). The conventional way we do it now is to go into each of the 20 account and Delegate the permission to the new

    employee. As you can imagine this can get time consuming. I've tried to use a distro list, but I guess something with the

    permissions aren't correct, as it didn't work. Basically if anyone knows an easier way it would be appreciated.

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    Re: How do I make multi-sharing of calendar easier than going from one account to ano

    Delegate permissions to a security group (e.g. ggCalendarViewers), then add the new employee to the group -- they will automatically get permission to view the calendar.

    Works without any problems in exactly your environment for some of my clients

    Tom
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Re: How do I make multi-sharing of calendar easier than going from one account to ano

      Hmm.. I tried that and still no joy. I've tried it as a distro group, the security group does not show up in Exchange/Outlook/GAL.

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      • #4
        Re: How do I make multi-sharing of calendar easier than going from one account to ano

        You need a mail-enabled security group
        Sorry -- should have said that before
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        Ossian Ltd
        Scotland

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