How to share calendars

Posted on 2005-04-14
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I have a client using MS Exchange 2000 with Outlook 2000 and he wants to share the calendar with his assistant and synchronize it to the blackbery.  Please provide specific steps.  Thank you for your help
Question by:Lou Pereira
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    Sharing the Calendar:

    1. In the Folders List (left column - if you don't see it choose View > Folder List)

    2. Right click the Outlook Personal Folders Heading and choose properties.

    3. Choose the Permissions tab and put a check mark in Folder Visible

    4. Repeat steps 1-3 for the Calendar folder

    1. File > Open > Other users folder

    2. Make sure the 1st field has HIS exchange name (lastname, firstname) and the drop down menu says Calendar.

    A new appointment into your Microsoft Outlook calendar, should appear in the calendar of your handheld or if it's not the blackberry 7290 or newer it needs to be in the cradle to sync (sorry that's all I know about blackberry at the moment)

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