I'm trying to use Outlook Web Access (provided to us as part of Windows 2008
Small Business Server) to share a calendar from Office Outlook 2007. I've
read posts that describe adding the name of the user whose calendar I wish to
access to the exchange mailbox URL, but the OWA interface provided by SBS
seems to "lock" the URL so that it cannot be modified. I assume that this is
part of what SBS does to manage access.
My users can see Outlook non-default shared calendars on our intranet, and
those for whom I've configured Outlook Anywhere profiles can access the
non-default shared calendars from their machines elsewhere, but ideally, we'd
like to have access to a shared (non-default) calendar from any web-enabled
computer that allows us to establish an SSL connection to our SBS server via
Remote Web Workplace.
Several of our users are non-techies. Solutions that require them to do
things other than point and click; e.g., appending text to URLs, won't work
Am I missing something in the capabilities of Outlook Web Access? Can I
accomplish my goal by publishing my NON-DEFAULT calendar to MS Office online
using Windows Live ID?
Thanks so much for any help!