Change default calendar in outlook

Posted on 2006-05-22
Last Modified: 2008-01-16
how do i change the default calendar in outlook.  I know how to change it using the change deliver location which changes both inbox and calendar, however I want to use the calendar in Exchange and the inbox in Personal folders.
Question by:gbeuk

    Author Comment

    its ok I've found the anser.

    Here it is:
    1. You setup outlook to Deliver location to exchange Mailbox as normal.

    2. Your inbox and calendar are now both on exchange.

    3. You create a personal folder.  You leave Delivery location as Mailbox DO NOT CHANGE THIS

    4.  You setup client rule to deliver all new mail to Personal Folder.

    5.  You set up client rule to deliver all new sent items to sent items in personal folder

    6. DONE><  All new mail and sent items go to PErsonal Fodler all new appointments go to exchange for sharing.  

    Brilliant I am a self confessed genius.

    Thank you to me.
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    Very good gbeuk! Did you award yourself the points? Hehehe

    Author Comment

    do you need the points :-)

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