Outlook 2007 Shared Online Calendar permissions Disabled


C

Corey

I am trying to set up a shared Calendar via Outlook 2007.
I have created a Calendar, and Published it online.

Created a Windows Live account to login.

Others can view the calendar in their Outlook, but No One but me can add or
modify a planned entry.
If i right click and got to Properties, then click the Administration Tab,
the Share permissions section is greyed(disabled).

Also it states THIS FOLDER IS AVAILABLE TO etc

How do i get the Calendar enabled for others to edit/share?

I am not using an Exchange server or the like, but simply have 5 PC's all
running Outlook 2007, but want a generic Calendar that can be viewed and
edited by ones given permission, and available to be viewed online also when
away from their work PC.

Corey....
 
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C

Corey

Thank you Diane.

Diane Poremsky said:
the office online calendar is read only except by the person who created
it.

you can share hotmail/live accounts and give editing permissions to other
hotmail users.

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Corey said:
I am trying to set up a shared Calendar via Outlook 2007.
I have created a Calendar, and Published it online.

Created a Windows Live account to login.

Others can view the calendar in their Outlook, but No One but me can add
or modify a planned entry.
If i right click and got to Properties, then click the Administration
Tab, the Share permissions section is greyed(disabled).

Also it states THIS FOLDER IS AVAILABLE TO etc

How do i get the Calendar enabled for others to edit/share?

I am not using an Exchange server or the like, but simply have 5 PC's all
running Outlook 2007, but want a generic Calendar that can be viewed and
edited by ones given permission, and available to be viewed online also
when away from their work PC.

Corey....
 

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