Well the title says it all really.
We have a functioning sp 2010 site, setup this weekend, that's working great so far. Primarily its being used for the company manual and procedures (a wiki site). Search is working well and so on.
I added a calendar with the intention of showing key company activities, plus holiday information and who's out at meetings. We're a small company and this is unlikely to get ridiculously except on exceptional days.
As it stands, when i create an item (for example someone out for a weeks holiday) unless another user adds one of the 'attendees' of the holiday event to the calendar it doesn't show up. If I add all users as attendees then they can all see it by default.
However, if I show that our chairman is attending a meeting at a client, then I can't explicitly say that the chairman is an attendee because for everyone to see it, they have to be attendees as well.
I nsoed around a little and thought target audiences might be the way to go. I configured all users and manager relationships, compiled the audience (it shows the right number of users). However, if I setup a meeting with the chairman as an attendee,
and the whole company audience as the target audience, then people still can't see it.
Back to square one.
So, is there an actual answer to this? A different type of calendar, a query that
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