password for share calendar


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sgannon

I have same issue

My wife and I work out of our home. We each have a new Dell laptop running
Vista Home Premium & Outlook 2007. We have DSL thru Verizon and a Westell
ADSL+Versalink router (Model D90-327W15-06). Using the Share Calendars
Online function in Outlook, I loaded my calendar online (I’ve limited viewing
to those I invite). I then sent her an email invitation to subscribe to my
calendar. When she opened the email, she clicked on the “Subscribe to this
Calendar†button and it asked for her username and password which she entered
(yes, she had already setup a Microsoft Office Online account) but she got an
error message “Access to the resource was denied. If you have signed into
and saved your Windows Live ID with a Web site, sign out of that Web site,
and then try this operation again.†When she invited me to view her
calendar, I got the same error message.
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

My wife and I work out of our home. We each have a new Dell laptop
running
Vista Home Premium & Outlook 2007. We have DSL thru Verizon and a Westell
ADSL+Versalink router (Model D90-327W15-06). Using the Share Calendars
Online function in Outlook, I loaded my calendar online (I’ve limited
viewing
to those I invite). I then sent her an email invitation to subscribe to
my
calendar. When she opened the email, she clicked on the “Subscribe to
this
Calendar†button and it asked for her username and password which she
entered
(yes, she had already setup a Microsoft Office Online account) but she got
an
error message “Access to the resource was denied. If you have signed into
and saved your Windows Live ID with a Web site, sign out of that Web site,
and then try this operation again.†When she invited me to view her
calendar, I got the same error message.

I'd ask this question in microsoft.public.windows.live.foldershare
 
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Geoff

Did you get a solution to this? I have the same problem. I work for a two
man company, and we both sent invitations to view our calendar to each other.
My colleague can access mine fine, but when I click on the link to access
his, I get the username and password box you refer to.

I too have a Windows LIve ID account, and have tried entering my username
(i.e. (e-mail address removed), and the password), but it doesn't accept it.

How annoying, partiuclarly as my colleague can view my calendar - the
dialogue box asking for username and password never came for him.

Geoff
 
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Federico

Did you get a solution to this?  I have the same problem.  I work fora two
man company, and we both sent invitations to view ourcalendarto each other.
 My colleague can access mine fine, but when I click on the link to access
his, I get the username and password box you refer to.  

I too have a Windows LIve ID account, and have tried entering my username
(i.e. (e-mail address removed), and the password), but it doesn't accept it.

How annoying, partiuclarly as my colleague can view mycalendar- the
dialogue box asking for username and password never came for him.

Geoff

Hi all.
I have the same problem: I've uploaded my calendar on Office Online
and tried to share it with several other colleagues.
Some can see my calendar, some others, when clicking on the link in
the "inviting mail" that is automatically generated by Outlook,
receive an error message saying that the link in wrong!
I've received various invitation by my co-workers but I'm getting the
same error message.

Has anybody any idea of what is happening?

Federico Rappelli
(e-mail address removed)
 

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