Calendar info transfer

Is it possible to transfer appointments and tasks, etc., from one persons Groupwise calendar to another users calendar?
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With or without overlaying existing appointments in the target user's calendar?
pbohningAuthor Commented:
without overlaying
You archive the calendar items from user 1, modify the FID of the archive to match user 2's FID, and then have user 2 open the archived calendar and unarchive the items.  


It's a TID for GW 5.5, but it should still work for current GW.  The FID editor should still work too.
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I haven't done calender stuff using this process, but have done mail.  I can confirm the FID editor does work on GW 6.5.. haven't had a need to try it against 7.0 yet though.

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Yeah, that's the thing about GroupWise, a calendar item is just another item in the mailbox, and the calendar you see is just a view of those items.  It's not like Exchange/Outlook where the calendar is a separate entity.
I'd have to vote for my comment {http:#16337990} as the most plausible answer.
pbohning, did you slip and accept floyd's comment accidentally?  Can you explain why my comment # 16337990 wasn't the answer?  (no offense, floyd99, but...)
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