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  • Why do attachments disappear from Outlook 2003 meeting invitations?

    When I accept a meeting invitation in Outlook 2003, the item moves to my calendar, but any attachments disappear, and show as just text. Often, I need the attachments for details about the meeting. Help!

    Kurtzweif15 pointsBadges:
  • Duplicate Calendars

    I have two calendars in Outlook Express 2003 and want to delete one. When I try I am told I am not authorized to delete the "Special Folder." How can I delete one of the calendars?

    Snooke5 pointsBadges:
  • Sharing Outlook 2003 Calendars with Outlook 2007 Users

    How can you make sharing work when the calendar to be shared is in Outlook 2003 but the person wanting to share it is on Outlook 2007? The permissions in 2003 are set to sharing but when we try to open a shared calendar in 2007 it gives us an error that says we cannot display the folder because the...

    Icemandan5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003 meeting requests to calendar

    In Outlook 2003 how do I set up meeting requests to move to recipients' calendars when they respond affirmatively.

    Ellenferrelli5 pointsBadges:
  • I cannot add an appointment to Outlook 2003 Calendar

    When I try to add an event/appointment to the calendar I get an error message regarding the inability to open the form.

    TroskaServices15 pointsBadges:
  • Sharing calenders between Outlook 2003 and 2007

    My office uses Outlook via an Exchange server, but only a few desktops have Outlook 2007 - the remainder (majority) use 2003. We need to do a shared calender that allows each person to be assigned a color code for ease of use/viewing the calender. In 2007, colors are tagged with the Category...

    Notumbo15 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003 shared calendar appointment reminder

    In our business, we have shared calendars that users from all over the country can use to book training rooms. The problem is that people book the training rooms in advance and when they do not need the facility, they forget to cancel the booking prior to the event which then does not "release" the...

    LesG15 pointsBadges:
  • Public Calendar Permissions

    What permission needs to be set so users can add content and view other content but not change any other users info. Issue Users can add data to a public calander but only see thier input. They need to be able to see all users input but only modifie thier info. Thanks

    Dougkmcse5 pointsBadges:
  • Tracking missing Outlook Calendar Items

    I've run into the following scenario a few times: Some of our executives are upset because an outlook calendar event that they had seen before has gone missing. Nobody who manages the calendar had any idea what happened to it (I suspect user error). It is not in user or delegate's deleted items. Is...

    Sigalit5 pointsBadges:
  • Viewing an invitees Outlook Calendar Entries

    We are running Outlook 2003 SP3. The question arose that when scheduling a meeting and choosing associaes from the global company list their availability does not appear. A grayed out line appears. Several users insist that they had an immediate view into an invitees calaendar and could select a...

    Zegna40835 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Outlook Shared Calendars

    How do I keep separate formats for shared calendars?

    Vickieselah15 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003 calendar function editing help

    Department calendar accepting meetings | was set up to automatically accept meetings, do not want confirms sent; want to be able to edit this. How do i fix this problem? I need this information to be in detail so I work on this problem today.   Thank you

    ITgeeks35 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003 closes unexpectedly

    Hi! Whenever I update, cancel, or create an appointment Outlook closes. When I open Outlook up again the calendar has been updated. Any thoughts why Outlook close when I do this?

    Engelcpa5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook meetings and Calender updates

    Hi All, I have an issue with a user unable to accept meeting changes. I have seen this on her Blackberry in particular. A meeting will be sent out...then when a change is made she gets it in her inbox. When she tries to accept she only gets a RED X. The item is no longer in her calander. Any ideas?

    Damorec15 pointsBadges:
  • Import outlook 2003 calendar into Outlook 2007

    How do you import outlook 2003 calendars into Outlook 2007?

    Stevenb1270 pointsBadges:
  • Sharing One Week of calender in Outlook 2003

    Hello, I am trying to figure out if it is possible to share just One Week of your calender via email. For example if the CEO of a large company wants all of his managers to email him their weekly scheduel every week how would you go about doing this. Can you Export just one week of your calender?...

    HeavenlyIT5 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot open shared calendars

    We are using Outlook 2003 to access e-mail on Exchange (SBS 2003). When we atempt to open a shared calendar, the name we enter is converted to an e-mail address from the contact list (which is the same as the mailbox name in Exchange) but we get an error message saying that the user does not have a...

    Baypond70 pointsBadges:
  • Link Outlook Calendar to Excel Spreadsheet

    Hello I am new here and this is my first post. I am wondering whether is possible to link Outlook 2003 Calendar to a spreadsheet in the same way as you would link 2 spreadsheets. For instance if a new entry is created in the Calendar the spreadsheet would be updated automatically. So far the way I...

    Yosiniro5 pointsBadges:
  • Tracking Entries on a Shared Calendar

    Is it possible to "track" entries on a shared calendar so that you can view which user added/deleted an entry?

    Jj1024035 pointsBadges:
  • Calendar details company wide/domain wide

    I am looking for a mass solution to have the ability to view the Calendar Details for all users in Outlook 2003.

    Tc130160 pointsBadges:
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