There is no way to do this short of copying all the individual users' data into one public folder.
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"Steve Spillar" wrote in message
> I created a Contacts folder in Public Folders. When
> trying to setup the Activities groups it will only let me
> point to a single users calander. I tried to make
> multible folder groups each pointing to a different
> calander. This makes it so that you have to open each
> individual activity folder to search that activity. This
> won't work. I need to find a way to make a global
> Activity group.
> We are using team folders & I need to find a way that
> when the contact is schedualed in someones calander it is
> tracked in the contacts activity that all can see.