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I have a meeting calendar in Exchange which some users use in their Outlook. I want to sync this calendar in Sharepoint (which again can be used by multiple users) so that any change made in Sharepoint will be reflected in that calendar in Exchange and vice versa. Is it possible? I have heard that SharePoint only syncs personal calendar and not team calendar.

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You can create calendar in SharePoint and then connect with Outlook.

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Can you please elaborate this answer? –  Robert Lindgren May 9 '13 at 18:27
As far as I know this only works with personal calendar. If you have a team calender then it won't be auto synced and instead you will see overlapping calendars i.e. both exchange and sharepoint calendars on top of each other. –  Frank Martin May 12 '13 at 6:51
If you create calendar in SharePoint, you can connect this calendar to other users. It can some alternativ version of team calendar. –  Krzysztof S. May 12 '13 at 7:09
Yes but it won't syncs with Exchange calendar which is also shared. There is a feature called "overlay" calendar but this is not what I want. –  Frank Martin May 12 '13 at 11:01

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