Multiple Calendars view problem - Outlook 2007


R

Robert Ellis

Hi,

Environment:
Office 2007 Professional on Windows XP Professional SP3
Exchange 2003 Server
Windows 2003/2000 Server Active Directory


I have a user running Office 2007 Professional on Windows XP Professional
SP3. Other users in the same domain are running Office 2002 Professional on
the same operating system.

On the Exchange server there is a Calendar called "Office Diary" in a Public
Folder which is accessible and modifiable by Users and Clients running both
versions of Outlook (2002 and 2007)

The user who is running Office 2007 wants to be able to view his Calendar
(which is of course listed under "My Calendars" on the Navigation Bar) side
by side with the "Office Diary" Calendar - which is not listed under "My
Calendars" because it is in the Public Folders hieararchy.

Is it possible, within OL 2007, to view Calendars side-by-side where one is
in a PF and the other belongs to an individual user profile? If so, how can
this be accomplished? A workaround (such as setting up a user calendar and
then syncronising with the Public Folder calendar) is perfectly acceptable -
but I don't know where to start ...

All ideas appreciated
thanks
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

Start with adding the public folder calendar to the public folder favorites
(right click on it and choose Add to favorites) - then it should show up on
the calendar navigation pane automatically.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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R

Robert Ellis

How right you are - many many thanks for the valuable tip.
I have a happy user!

Best regards


Diane Poremsky said:
Start with adding the public folder calendar to the public folder
favorites (right click on it and choose Add to favorites) - then it should
show up on the calendar navigation pane automatically.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

Robert Ellis said:
Hi,

Environment:
Office 2007 Professional on Windows XP Professional SP3
Exchange 2003 Server
Windows 2003/2000 Server Active Directory


I have a user running Office 2007 Professional on Windows XP Professional
SP3. Other users in the same domain are running Office 2002 Professional
on the same operating system.

On the Exchange server there is a Calendar called "Office Diary" in a
Public Folder which is accessible and modifiable by Users and Clients
running both versions of Outlook (2002 and 2007)

The user who is running Office 2007 wants to be able to view his Calendar
(which is of course listed under "My Calendars" on the Navigation Bar)
side by side with the "Office Diary" Calendar - which is not listed
under "My Calendars" because it is in the Public Folders hieararchy.

Is it possible, within OL 2007, to view Calendars side-by-side where one
is in a PF and the other belongs to an individual user profile? If so,
how can this be accomplished? A workaround (such as setting up a user
calendar and then syncronising with the Public Folder calendar) is
perfectly acceptable - but I don't know where to start ...

All ideas appreciated
thanks
 

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