add pf To Other Calenders


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Ponch

Hello,

I try to add a public calendar ( in my case a Public Folder on my exchange
server ) to Other Calendars in outlook:
All my clients have outlook 2007 installed.
On a few pc's, after i click on 'Add To Favoritesi' the Calendar is not
added and i cannot see the calendar in 'Other Calendars'


Any idea, how to solve this?

Tx,

I follow these instructions :

1.. Open Outlook

2.. From the Go menu, select Folder List

3.. Click the plus sign (+) in front of Public Folders

4.. Within your Public Folder, locate the calendar you want to view
HINT: Click the plus signs as necessary to view the subfolders.

5.. Right click the calendar » select Add to Favorites...
The Add to Favorites dialog box appears.

6.. Click ADD
The calendar is added to your Favorites.

7.. From the Go menu, select Calendar
The calendar you selected will appear under Other Calendars. This may take
several minutes.


8.. To view the calendar, select it
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Do you use .pst files? Where is the default location set for?

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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.
ALWAYS post your Outlook version.
How to ask a question: http://support.microsoft.com/KB/555375


After furious head scratching, Ponch asked:

| Hello,
|
| I try to add a public calendar ( in my case a Public Folder on my
| exchange server ) to Other Calendars in outlook:
| All my clients have outlook 2007 installed.
| On a few pc's, after i click on 'Add To Favoritesi' the Calendar is
| not added and i cannot see the calendar in 'Other Calendars'
|
|
| Any idea, how to solve this?
|
| Tx,
|
| I follow these instructions :
|
| 1.. Open Outlook
|
| 2.. From the Go menu, select Folder List
|
| 3.. Click the plus sign (+) in front of Public Folders
|
| 4.. Within your Public Folder, locate the calendar you want to view
| HINT: Click the plus signs as necessary to view the subfolders.
|
| 5.. Right click the calendar » select Add to Favorites...
| The Add to Favorites dialog box appears.
|
| 6.. Click ADD
| The calendar is added to your Favorites.
|
| 7.. From the Go menu, select Calendar
| The calendar you selected will appear under Other Calendars. This
| may take several minutes.
|
|
| 8.. To view the calendar, select it
 
B

Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

I try to add a public calendar ( in my case a Public Folder on my exchange
server ) to Other Calendars in outlook:
All my clients have outlook 2007 installed.
On a few pc's, after i click on 'Add To Favoritesi' the Calendar is not
added and i cannot see the calendar in 'Other Calendars'

Drag the folder to Public Favorites and see if that helps.
 
N

Nikki Peterson

Could be that your views have become corrupt.

I think you should try using the ".../CleanViews" Command-Line
Switch for Outlook. This restores default views. NOTE: All custom
views you created are lost. This is very simple in that all you do is
open outlook, but not by clicking the icon.

Instructions for Outlook 2007

See the following link for information on how to use
this switch VERY EASY:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HP012185891033.aspx

Nikki

Hello,

I try to add a public calendar ( in my case a Public Folder on my exchange
server ) to Other Calendars in outlook:
All my clients have outlook 2007 installed.
On a few pc's, after i click on 'Add To Favoritesi' the Calendar is not
added and i cannot see the calendar in 'Other Calendars'


Any idea, how to solve this?

Tx,

I follow these instructions :

1.. Open Outlook

2.. From the Go menu, select Folder List

3.. Click the plus sign (+) in front of Public Folders

4.. Within your Public Folder, locate the calendar you want to view
HINT: Click the plus signs as necessary to view the subfolders.

5.. Right click the calendar » select Add to Favorites...
The Add to Favorites dialog box appears.

6.. Click ADD
The calendar is added to your Favorites.

7.. From the Go menu, select Calendar
The calendar you selected will appear under Other Calendars. This may take
several minutes.


8.. To view the calendar, select it
 
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