Outlook 2003 – sharing specific types of appointments

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In Outlook 2003 is there a way that several users can tag a particualr type of appointment (e.g. holidays) and then all these tagged appointments can be brought together on one calendar page. For example can you pull up a page that specifies when everyone in your team has specified they are away on holiday without any other calendar information?

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That depends on what mail system you are using. If you connect to an exchange server for instance you can create a public folder which all can access and update. What mail system are you using?

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    Hi, Thanks for responding. We are connected to an exchange server and already have several public diaries. My problem lies with having to put appointments in each of these diaries! I wondered if there was a way of tagging things in one diary that would make them appear in another without me having to write several separate entries. Cheers
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