Hidden Recipients Question

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Hi all, I have hidden a recipient from the address list. However, when I do this, I cannot set up a profile to access the mailbox. I can only send a message to them if I use their username@domain format. Also, I want others to be able to access this hidden recipients calendar. How would I set this up? thanks

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Unhide the mailbox and share the calendar. Go to the individual users and put the mailbox in question in thier profile and then rehide the mailbox.

Or copy the calendar to a public folder and set up permissions there

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  • TheVyrys
    thanks J that will work, but am trying to avoid that. I should have been more clear....my bad. My mission is to set up a calendar for a conference room that everyone can open and look at. I don't want the name to be in the GAL as it is jumbled enough, and I may actually set up a few conference rooms. Is it possible to have a calendar that everyone can connect to without it being in the GAL?
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  • Pedwards17
    You could set up a Public Folder that has the calendar item in it. That would allow you to grant permissions as you see fit and it wouldn't appear in the GAL.
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  • Rfergus28
    Unless you Unhide and Rehide the mailbox everytime I know of no other way. But a Public Folder with a calendar is always a good idea. you can set security with more ease.
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  • TheVyrys
    The public folder idea works fine for this scenario. Thank you all for your input!
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