Is there a way to insert an appointment as we do with "mailto:"


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femo

Hello,
This is probably a stupid question, but here it goes:
We can send an email directly from a shortcut or command line just by
writing down "mailto:" and a couple of arguments.
Can we do the same with an outlook appointment??
 
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Brian Tillman

femo said:
Hello,
This is probably a stupid question, but here it goes:
We can send an email directly from a shortcut or command line just by
writing down "mailto:" and a couple of arguments.
Can we do the same with an outlook appointment??
Have you looked in Outlook's Help? Do so, looking for the string "command
line".
 
F

femo

Thanks,
This helped a lot but I wanted more.
Where can I find the arguments to use?
What I want is to do an application button that creates an appointment with
most of the important fields already filled.
With your help I was only able to open the form for insertion...
 
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Brian Tillman

femo said:
This helped a lot but I wanted more.
Where can I find the arguments to use?
What I want is to do an application button that creates an
appointment with most of the important fields already filled.
With your help I was only able to open the form for insertion...
That's the limit, as far as I can tell. Use ICS files or save a partially
filled in event as a template (OFT) and use that.
 

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