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    Red face Exchange 2013 Sharing Calendar without acceptance

    Hi , I want to a create a calendar with exchange 2013 that i can share with a group and them not have to accept the calendar. i would like it to just appear.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction? do i need anything additional to exchange ?

    Thanks in advanced .

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    Anyhelp anyone ?

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    Not sure it is possible.

    Could use Public Folders but people still need to go looking for it.

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    Use powershell to give the group access to the default calendar folder.

    Calendars automatically appear in outlook 3/4 of the time. Getting people to adding them is easy.. If they don't they can't access the information, they can't do their jobs properly, and ultimately capability proceedings can be brought.

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