Using Exchange 2007 Management Console to add Saved Group Schedules View to all users Outlook 2007 profiles

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Microsoft Outlook 2007
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We are using Outlook 2007 and Exchange 2007. Rather than have the users follow the these directions: 1. Make sure you're in the Calendar and click on the 'View Group Schedules' button on the toolbar, or click "Actions", "View Group Schedules". 2. Click on 'New', 3. Supply a name for the group, 4. Add members from your contact list as if you were planning a meeting. Is there a way to add the group to the users' profiles via group policies or Exchange Management Tools?

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Not really, that is an outlook client function, not a server function. Sorry.

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  • Kaodea
    No, I don't think so. I do not find anything in the registry and when I log onto a different PC I am able to open my saved Group Schedule View. It must be stored on the Server or my mailbox or AD profile. -K
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  • Technochic
    One misconception is that when you make a setting change on your outlook client and can view the change from other computers, it must be a "server" setting. Yes, the changes are stored ON the server, but that does not mean you can make that setting change for a user ON the server. It is still made and controlled on the local client, but the server holds those changes on your account. So again I stand by my answer, that is an outlook client function, not something you set from the server side, nor can it be set for others from the server side.
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