Deleting the default Calendar

Posted on 2004-11-04
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
Hello to all,

My first question:

I have a client who has full rights as a delegate to her supervisor's calendar. She wants to delete her standard calendar and ONLY use her supervisor's. Yes, I said she wants to DELETE her calendar!

Is this even possible in Outlook 2003 or Exchange Server?

My guess is that I could probably "Hide" her calendar. But just in case she really has a resaon to delete her own calendar, I need to know if it can be done.

Question by:Jeffrey Coachman
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    Check the ffolder utility.Utility to rename or delete "special" Outlook folders such as the Calendar, Tasks, Inbox, and Contacts. VB source code included. Requires CDO.

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