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By AriesE6 ·
I am trying to allow several users to share calendars. They can view the other users calendar, but I am looking for a way to actually import that information from one calendar to another. I can get the "Copy Calendar" action to create an second calendar, however that's not the solution I need. Is there a simpler way than copying the original, adding it to a pst and then importing??

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by DKlippert In reply to Calendar Collaboration

See if there is something here that will help:

www.slipstick.com/outlook/share.htm

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by AriesE6 In reply to Calendar Collaboration

Thanks for the info. It will get me exactly what I need.

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by IA Sire In reply to Calendar Collaboration

Try making the calender into a net-folder. It should be one of the options under the file menu on Office 2000 and above.

Designate the users that need access to that calender and they will recieve an e-mail that will ask them if they want to havethat folder attached to their account. Now, every time that the user opens his/her account, this calender will show up as part of their icons. they can click on it as if it were their own calender and change or update it at will as long as they havebeen given those permissions.

BTW, This is not exactly a share.

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by IA Sire In reply to Calendar Collaboration

Try making the calender into a net-folder. It should be one of the options under the file menu on Office 2000 and above.

Designate the users that need access to that calender and they will recieve an e-mail that will ask them if they want to havethat folder attached to their account. Now, every time that the user opens his/her account, this calender will show up as part of their icons. they can click on it as if it were their own calender and change or update it at will as long as they havebeen given those permissions.

BTW, This is not exactly a share.

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by dlambert In reply to Calendar Collaboration

Do they have Reviewer Only permissions? If they do, you could just change the Permissions for the Calendar.

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