Not only possible, but very easy. You can do this right from your own
mailbox, and if you are the admin, that's what I'd recommend.
In Outlook, click to view the Folder List. Expand Public Folders, then
r-click All Public Folders -> New Folder. Type in a name for the folder.
Set the "Folder contains" drop-down to Calendar Items, and make sure All
Public Folders is selected as the location to place it -> OK.
Now you've successfully created the folder. However, the permissions are
probably more restrictive than you'd like them. Again in the Folder List,
r-click the folder -> Properties. Go to the Permissions tab and select
Default. Give Default the minimum permission you want everyone in your
organization to have. That way, new users will not require any setup to get
the default permission level. If you have other users who need higher
permission than what you set as default, you can add users and/or groups and
set them appropriately.
"Ruth Cheesley suffolkcomputerservices co (dot) uk>" <newsgroup<atdot> wrote