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Creating a 'summary' outlook calendar

By Neil M ·
I would like to have a way of getting an overview of a number of different calendars on a single calendar in MS OUtlook 2000. 2 reasons - I regularly want to find out where my team are for the week without having to open each individual calendar. Secondly, we also have seperate calendars in public folders detailing the activity we have with each of our major clients. Again we would like to have an overview of who is doing what with all clients without having to open each individual calendar.

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Neil,
I work for a small department in a large bank in NC, USA. Using Outlook 1997, we wanted to be able to see 20 employee calendars in a single view. To do this, we created a new Mailbox example 'All Users'. When creating new appointments, each user must create the items in the 'All Users' calendar, and invite themselves to the appointment (and others if required). What this does, is post the appointment in the 'All Users' calendar and then ask the person setting it up whether or not they would like to 'Update' their own personal calendar. The user who set up the appointment is still able to set reminders, sync with PDAs etc.... when doing this. We started this mid 2000, and it has been working great since then.

Mark MullinsSmall BusinessSystems Manager
BB&T NC
MLMullins@BBandT.com

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