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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

How to Create Shared Calendars in Office 365 Part 2, Server-Side

Gentle Reader of Scheduling Intent,

When last we spoke it was of shared calendars / group calendars client-side in Office 365,

Today we will look at the same capability server-side.

In what a psychoanalyst would call a "breakthrough" Microsoft has established a user-interface for an Office 365 Admin to create a Group.  Log in as your Administrator and it is easy to navigate to:


from which



You will need to hit REFRESH (under "More") to see it but you can then add users / owners.



Not bad.

Can you still do this with PowerShell as in the olden days of Exchange 2007?  Sure.  Leave a comment if you'd like to see that.






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