Private appointments in Outlook 2007

Discussion in 'Microsoft Outlook Calendar' started by mclainnet1, May 14, 2008.

  1. mclainnet1

    mclainnet1 Guest

    Every appointment I set up defaults to private. I have given permission for
    my co-workers to see my calendar, but since all they see are private appts it
    does not help them any. How do I change it so that I only mark the appts I
    want private as private (which isn't very many), instead of having to
    remember to uncheck the private button for each appontment or meeting?
     
    mclainnet1, May 14, 2008
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  2. It sounds like you have turned on a "Global" setting in your Options.
    Setting options Globally causes ALL emails, including meeting
    requests, to be set to a setting of your choice.

    - Select your TOOLS menu
    - Select OPTIONS
    - Click the E-MAIL OPTIONS... button
    - Click the ADVANCED E-MAIL OPTIONS... button

    Near the bottom of the window where it says "When sending a message"
    there is a box for SET SENSITIVITY, click the box and select
    NORMAL (instead of Private).

    - Click OK
    - Click OK
    - Click OK

    Now when you have a specific appointment that you wish to be private
    you can set it specifically on that meeting alone.

    Nikki Peterson

    "mclainnet1" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Every appointment I set up defaults to private. I have given permission
    > for
    > my co-workers to see my calendar, but since all they see are private appts
    > it
    > does not help them any. How do I change it so that I only mark the appts
    > I
    > want private as private (which isn't very many), instead of having to
    > remember to uncheck the private button for each appontment or meeting?
     
    Nikki Peterson, May 15, 2008
    #2
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