Public Folder Calendar


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Mary Gudobba

Outlook 2003, Exchange 2003. We use a public folder calendar in our office.
Is there a way for a person to add an appointment to their personal calendar
and have the appointment added to the public folder calendar as well? We
wouldn't want all appointments added to the public calendar. Can the
calendar be invited? If so, how does it accept the invitation.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

If the calendar is mail enabled, it can be invited. Someone needs to accept
the appointment though (although it might say acceptance not required). It
will be on the calendar as tentative.

If the person(s) should get a copy of all the public folder's calendars, the
users could create the items in the PF and use the folder assistant to send
them to their personal mailbox.


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Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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Mary Gudobba

Thanks.

Diane Poremsky said:
If the calendar is mail enabled, it can be invited. Someone needs to
accept the appointment though (although it might say acceptance not
required). It will be on the calendar as tentative.

If the person(s) should get a copy of all the public folder's calendars,
the users could create the items in the PF and use the folder assistant to
send them to their personal mailbox.


--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

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

Mary Gudobba said:
Outlook 2003, Exchange 2003. We use a public folder calendar in our
office. Is there a way for a person to add an appointment to their
personal calendar and have the appointment added to the public folder
calendar as well? We wouldn't want all appointments added to the public
calendar. Can the calendar be invited? If so, how does it accept the
invitation.
 

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