Exporting Exchange 2003 public folder calendar into Excel and then into a personel calendar.

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I need to export public folder calendar data into excel and them into a personal folder.

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Why do you have to export to excel first? You can copy all in the public folder to your personal folder. Change the view in the public folder to all appointments. This changes it to a tabular view. Then click inside the window listing the appts, hit cntrl+a to select all. To copy them go to edit at the top of outlook and select copy (it is not in the right-click menu). Then paste them in your personal calendar. Or to move them, select all right-click and select “move to folder” and move them to your personal folder. This will delete them out of the public folder.

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  • Brijesh
    Hi,

    1. From within Microsoft Outlook, you'll want to navigate to the Exchange Server public folder that contains the contacts.

    2. Then select File -> Import and Export -> Export to a file -> Next -> Microsoft Excel -> Next -> and then select the appropriate contacts for export.

    3. Select Next once more and give the target file a path and name.

    4. Click Finish and you should be all set with the Excel file you're looking for.
    Note : Export user interface only lists personal contacts data sources. Unfortunately, that means you'll need to create a temporary folder in your mailbox that contains contact items, drag the public folder contacts into that folder, and then export from there instead.
    Hope this helps.

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