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How can I make personal schedules public?

I am using Domino version 5.3 and will soon upgrade to 6.5. I have a group of about 20 people that would like to have their combined calendars accessible to all members of the group. The system automatically provides a way to see if the other members are busy, but it gives no information on what they are doing. I understand the need for control and privacy of personal schedules, but in this case all members prefer to make their schedules visible (but not editable) to everyone else in the group. The documentation doesn't give me any clues how this can easily be done. Since Domino is primarily an information sharing system, this has to be possible, right? Can it be done in Domino 5 or 6?
Each person can provide access to the others through the mail preferences. From the Tools action, select Preferences. Then select the Access and Delegation tab. Then choose the Access to Your Schedule tab. The last option on this screen is where they can designate that others can see the details in their calendar.

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