Set Default Calendar

Posted on 2006-04-06
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I'd like to set my Exchange calendar as my default, so that when I accept appointments they go directly to that calendar instead of the one in my Personal Folder (.pst)

I am using the Personal Folder for mail, so I don't want to delete it, but am fine using only the Exchange calendar.


Question by:cameronvs1
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    Hi cameronvs1,

    The default calendar is the calendar in the set of folders where mail is delievered.  If mail is being delivered to your PST, then your default calendar will be the one in your PST file.  This cannot be changed without changing where mail is delivered.


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