Outlook Calendars

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The calendars on Reception computer have ALL been granted Owner status, that is all are set to share, all have been granted Owner permission for all users on the network (Administrator, user1 etc) but when you go to open shared calendars on user1 computer you can only see the first (default) calendar but not the other 6 or so. I think the problem relates to the way they were imported, as in the old Outlook if you looked at the directory tree it was as if there was one primary calendar and all the others wer sub calendars off that. I think we need to be able to move these to be sub calendars of Receptions primary calendar.

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You don’t say what version you are using, and I’m not clear if your shared calendars are in Public Folders. If they are, in Outlook 2003, you would do this: for the user, open Outlook and go to his Folder List. Find All Public Folders and expand it out until you see the calendars you want. Right click on one, then click on Add to Favorites. The calendar will now be shown under a section labeled Other Calendars when he goes to his Calendar.

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