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Sharing an Outlook 2003 Calendar with a co-worker

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I have a user who creates additional calendars for himself.  He would like to share only one of theose calendars with another co-worker.  He sets up the share on the folder but his co-worker cannot pull it in.  Is this possible and if so, how?

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Hi regosnell,

Have you given the co-2worker permission for each folder on the path from "Outlook - Today" down to the relevant calendar?

Cheers!
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Only to the relevant calendar folder.
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You need to permission all folders above the relevant calendar. you can set these to visible only. means the content is not visible but any permissioned folders below it are.
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Greetings, regosnell !

What is your environment?  If you are trying to share your calendar without an exchange, that is not easily done. Here is how to maintain a group calendar
http://www.slipstick.com/calendar/scheduleall.htm

Here is how to share an Outlook calendar
http://www.smc.edu/techtraining/how_to_share_calendar_in_outlook.doc

Best wishes!
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Just so I can get this correct:

Go to Mailbox -John Doe and for that properties add the co-worker Jane Doe and keep all settings to none including the permission level but check the box that says Folder Visible.
Then the next level down is where my Test Calendar Folder is.  Right Click on it, choose Sharing and make sure Jane Doe has Reviewer as her Permission level.
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regosnell,
> Just so I can get this correct:

> Go to Mailbox -John Doe and for that properties add the co-worker Jane
> Doe and keep all settings to none including the permission level but
> check the box that says Folder Visible.
> Then the next level down is where my Test Calendar Folder is.  Right
> Click on it, choose Sharing and make sure Jane Doe has Reviewer as her
> Permission level.

Exactly!
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Perfect.  Worked like a charm.  Thanks!!
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My pleasure. Glad I could help and thanks for the grade!

Darren
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