Personal calendar vs. network calendar


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tjsmags

Our school uses MS Outlook 2003. We also use the MS Exchange server. In
trying to get the teachers to start using calendar options, such as setting
up appointments/meetings with each other I want to make sure I'm giving them
the correct information.

If they initiate a meeting request within their OWN personal calendar (not
the PUBLIC calendar I set up on the network), they will NOT be able to see
each other's 'busy' times, correct? They will only see this if they initiate
the meeting request using the PUBLIC calendar, correct?
 
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Vince Averello

They should be able to see others free/busy if you're all using the Calendar
folders in your Exchange Server mailboxes.
 
T

tjsmags

Each teacher has their own pc. On their pc is their Navigation Pane and has
their Inbox, Calendar, etc. When they select the Calendar from here (NOT the
calendar under Public Folders), what do I call this calendar?

I'm trying to figure out the correct terminology to differentiate the
Calendar that they can select using the icon on the Navigation pane with the
Calendar they have to 'dig for' under Folder List, Public Folders, All Public
Folders, and then that School Calendar I created.

What do I call these two different calendars...their personal one and the
public one???
 
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Vince Averello

It's their personal calendar so I'd go with that terminology with some
screen shots if possible
 

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