RE: Departmental Calendar

  • From: "Clarke, Scott" <Scott.Clarke@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 9 Mar 2005 15:18:07 -0330

I have it done thanks...kind of a stupid question but I just wanted to be sure.

Scott

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From: Daniel Armstrong [mailto:darmstrong@xxxxxxxx]
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Go into your public folder store (through Outlook) -> New Folder ->
Folder contains: Calendar Items

Then just set security on the folder so everyone in the group has
appropriate access. 

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Any steps out there on how to create a calendar in the public folder?

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From: Daniel Armstrong [mailto:darmstrong@xxxxxxxx]
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What I would do (and I do) is to use the "view group schedules" option
in Outlook (this assumes that you're running Outlook 2003). Makes it
very easy to view multiple user calendars at once.

Also, you could use a public folder calendar. We have used that in the
past...just make sure that everyone in your department has access to the
public folder to post and read items.

Regards,

Dann


Daniel Armstrong
Director, Information Technology
darmstrong@xxxxxxxx
 
American Public Works Association
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-----Original Message-----

From: Scott Clarke [mailto:scott.clarke@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, March 08, 2005 8:07 AM
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Subject: [exchangelist] Departmental Calendar

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Hi all,

I have a request to create an IT dept calendar in Outlook 2000.  What is
the best way for us to view the calendar...main purpose is for seeing
when staff are scheduled for vacation.  We are running Exchange 2000 as
our mail server.

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