Sharing Calendar between outlook 2003 and 2007

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Exchange Server
Microsoft Outlook 2003
Microsoft Outlook 2007
Outlook Shared Calendar
We have a small office and half the people are on 2007 and the other half is on 2003. I tried sharing my calandar with them but there is an error message that reads In the Outlook mailbox that is located on an Exchange Server, you receive a message from a user who uses Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 that is connected to Exchange Server. The message invites you to view one of the user’s shared Outlook folders. However, the message does not have an option that enables you to access the shared Outlook folder. In this case, you cannot open the shared Outlook folder that the user shared to you. How can I work around this?

Software/Hardware used:
Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2003

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Are you using Exchange 2007. if you are make sure that the calendar information is being put into a public folder so that Outlook 2003 can access it

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It would be helpful to have more information. You do not tell us your Exchange version or if you are in an mixed Exchange version environment. You say half are on 2003 and half are on 2007, but do you mean Outlook 2003 and 2007 or Exchange 2003 and 2007? If mixed Exchange environment you need to mount a Public Folder store on the Exchange mailbox server to communicate with the Exchange 2003 calendar info and you have to make sure you are replicating the schedulerplus free/busy folder to the Exchange 2007 public store. You can do this easily using PFDAVADmin, which you install on your pc, not the Exchange server. Please provide more details. Thanks.

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