What I would do (and I do) is to use the "view group schedules" option in Outlook (this assumes that you're running Outlook 2003). Makes it very easy to view multiple user calendars at once. Also, you could use a public folder calendar. We have used that in the past...just make sure that everyone in your department has access to the public folder to post and read items. Regards, Dann Daniel Armstrong Director, Information Technology darmstrong@xxxxxxxx American Public Works Association 2345 Grand Boulevard, Suite 500, Kansas City, MO 64108-2641 (816) 595-5200 (voice) | (816) 595-5300 (fax) -----Original Message----- From: Scott Clarke [mailto:scott.clarke@xxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Tuesday, March 08, 2005 8:07 AM To: [ExchangeList] Subject: [exchangelist] Departmental Calendar http://www.MSExchange.org/ Hi all, I have a request to create an IT dept calendar in Outlook 2000. What is the best way for us to view the calendar...main purpose is for seeing when staff are scheduled for vacation. We are running Exchange 2000 as our mail server.