Shared Public and Private Calendar


G

Guest

We are using Outlook 2003 and Exchange 2003.

Probelm 1 - One of the bosses has a shared calendar in
the public folders. He has Owner permissions to the
public calendar. He has several administrative
assistants that add appointments and meetings to the
public calendar. The assistants also have owner
permissions.

When the assistants setup meetings they send out
invitations. They are unable to see who was invited
to the meetings on the scheduling tab. They can only
see themselves. Also, they are unable to see
responses (accepts or declines) to the invitations.

How can I setup the calendar to display the atendees
on the scheduling tab?


Problem 2 - The boss wants the public calendar
linked/synchronized to his personal calendar in his
email account so he can add an appointment/meeting to
one calendar, personal or public, and that appointment
automatically appears on the other calendar.

Can that be done? If so how?


Thanks!
Steve
 
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G

Guest

John:
Thanks for the response. Are you saying both problems cannot be
resolved without third party software?

Steve.
 
D

Diane Poremsky

Correct. The only way you can handle it in outlook is by using the calendar
in his mailbox, not a public folder calendar.
 
X

x86bios

Diane,

I've been also experimenting with a private calendar, and realized
that it does not allow me to set reminders for the meetings placed on
the private calendar.

Is there a workaround for that?

- Dmitry.
 
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X

x86bios

Of course, sorry ... I'm using Outlook 2003.

I'm still dumbfounded that this is not a built in feature of Outlook.
Why not have reminders as a standard feature of a private calendar.
There has to be some technical reason. I'm just curious.

- Dima
 

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