include busy/free time from "other" (i.e. ics) calendars


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cdellert

Can I included appointments from my "other" calendars for indentifying
busy/free times?

For example, if someone wants to book/schedule an appointment can I set
outlook up so that my personal/other calendar appointments are included to
show my busy/free time. If I have a personal appointment that makes me not
available that is not on my default calendar I want to show that I'm not
available based on the date/time of the appointment on my personal calendar...
 
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C

cdellert

Thank you Diane - This is frustrating since it's great that version 2007 of
outlook allows us to collapse our multiple calendars on top of each other but
busy/free only included the main caledar.

Do you think it's worth my while to submit this as an enhancement request to
Microsoft? Have you ever sent suggestions to Microsoft and received much
action?




Diane Poremsky said:
No. You need to put everything on the main calendar.

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cdellert said:
Can I included appointments from my "other" calendars for indentifying
busy/free times?

For example, if someone wants to book/schedule an appointment can I set
outlook up so that my personal/other calendar appointments are included to
show my busy/free time. If I have a personal appointment that makes me
not
available that is not on my default calendar I want to show that I'm not
available based on the date/time of the appointment on my personal
calendar...
 

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