Subscribing to Internet Calendars w/o PST Files



Is it possible to subscribe to an internet calendar in Outlook 2007
without the ability to create a local PST file?

I have an Outlook 2007 installation running on Windows XP SP2 where
local PST files have been disabled due to corporate email retention
policies (only OSTs are permitted). While I have no intention of
trying to circumvent this policy, this seems disable the ability to
subscribe to internet calendars. Are there any workarounds to this
problem? Specifically, I'm hoping to be able to subscribe to my Google
Calendar so that I can see my work and personal schedules via Outlook
2007's side-by-side calendar mode.

Thanks for the help!




Diane Poremsky [MVP]

I'm not aware of any workaround for it - you need a pst for internet
calendars (and sharepoint sync with outlook).

Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]

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