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How do I make other user's calendar STAY connected?

Posted on 2004-09-09
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I am running Outlook 2002 on Win XP Pro SP with Exchange Server 2000.

I have a user that needs full permissions to add/remove things on another person's calednar. They can do so by manually opening the calendar each time they open Outlook. They go FILE --> OPEN -->Other User's Folder --> enter name and choose calendar. Can I set it up so this person has access to the other's calendar immediately upon opening OUTLOK?
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by:sunray_2003
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I have not done it personally but i guess adding other users mailbox to your profile would make it show when you open outlook

check this Opening Other Users' Folders
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http://www.windowsitlibrary.com/Content/191/19/2.html
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stefri earned 500 total points
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When closing OL, use Exit and Log Off from Outlook main window
When opening back OL, main window and children window will reopen

Stefri
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by:pdangelo1
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Sweet! That works. I have Outlook 2002 and there is no log off. Just File --> Exit. Thanks very much!
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