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Default Calendar in Outlook 2003

Posted on 2004-04-15
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Hello all,  Is there a way to make a public calendar come up as a default.  Im having trouble with this. I dont think its a big deal, but some of the users here do and God forbid if they have to click twice to get to the calendar. hehe Anyway maybe there isnt a way to do this, but if there is I know I will find it here. Thanks
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If you mean 'default' as in when they click on the Calendar link, it opens the public calendar instead of their personal one, you may want to check out "Managing the Outlook 2003 Interface" http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/ol2003/interface.htm that discusses handling favorites, shortcuts, and reverting back to the "classic" interface.
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I checked the site out but not sure if it will do that. Im not sure if it is even possible. Maybe they will just have to live with it. ANy other help would be appreciated as well. Thanks
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The calendar that is inherent to your mailbox (your mail delivery point) is the default calendar.  I know of no way to change it.
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I was asked the same question by someone this week.  The way I see it, there are no ways to do so, right ?    Not even a lil tweakin in the registry or anything ?

Thanx
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Hey just curious if enyone ever found a fix for this. Topic came up again. lol
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