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Posted on 2006-12-01
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I had someone calendar something on my calendar from other office.  I would to know if I can put a block on that if possible.

Thank you in advanced!
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David Lee earned 63 total points
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Hi nancyvilla,

Unless you've given someone delegate access to your calendar, then it's impossible for anyone to add something to your calendar.  All they can do is send you a meeting request.  Meeting requests typically appear on your calendar as Tentative until you either accept or decline them.

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Adding to BDF ..

THere is an option under TOOLS - OPTIONS - CALENDAR OPTIONS - RESOURCE SCHEDULING that will automatically accept those requests and add them to your calendar for you.
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