Is it possible to have SharePoint 2010 display a shared Exchange calendar?
- Sharepoint Foundation 2010 - 64 bit
- Exchange 2003 - 32 bit
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Out of the box, I do not believe so; and probably especially not in SharePoint Foundation. You can display SharePoint calendars in Outlook, but I do not believe that you can go direct to an Exchange calendar in SharePoint.
I did a quick search and found this web part that may or may not meet your needs. Obviously I've never used it so I can't comment on it, but it looks like there is a 2010 version and there is an evaluation version available.
The accepted answer is incorrect. It is possible to display a shared Exchange calendar in SharePoint 2010. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-foundation-help/work-with-multiple-exchange-and-sharepoint-calendars-in-one-sharepoint-calendar-HA101777171.aspx
You can use also 3-rd party solution from VirtoSoftware - SharePoint Exchange Calendar Web Part. It supports 2013,2010 and 2007 SharePoint and all versions of Exchange Servers, including 2003 version. Using this custom web part you'll be able to add to your existing SharePoint Calendar additional calendars as data sources from MS Exchange. You can add several Exchange calendars if needed. Also there is a permission manager there, so you can manage if SharePoint users will see some calendars or not.
Hope it will help you!
this is described in this technet article.
If the user has access to a mailbox, the simple web page viewer web part can do the job, pointing to an url like
I had the same question and we are running Exchange 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010 and it doesn't work out of the box. This is a huge let down and may cause us to rethink SharePoint entirely. You can connect to a SharePoint calendar to outlook but then you are sporadically prompted for your username and password. I would love to be proven wrong on this but anything else you read is misleading, it ONLY shows the Exchange calendar of whomever is logged into SharePoint.