Add email entries in shared public cal;ender into own outlook calender

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calender invitation
Exchange 2007
Office 2007
Windows 7
I have a client that has his own calendar set up but also in the public folders there is a shared calendar he has access to. He wants to know how when he makes an entry into the shared calendar does it also show up in his personnel calendar. I have also tried to add the shared calendar in the calendar section of outlook but when I try to add/locate it cant find it even under public folders.. any ideas

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outlook/exchange 2007

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  • Amanda lakai
    I haven't ever dealt with the issue. I have tried to search the solution for the problem and find some relevant links. Please check the below discussion if it helps you:http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=327139
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