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How do you merge two calendars into one?

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Is there a way to merge a pop3 calendar and a exchange calendar into one? If so, how?

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Ty
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What you are going to want to do is try to use Outlook for this.  The POP3 account is currently stored is a PST correct?  If so what you can do from within Outlook is go to file import and export.

Select export to a file.
Select Personal Folder File (PST)
Select the calendar and click next.
Choose where to save it and say finish.

You can now go through the same process to import that PST file into your Exchange mailbox through Outlook.

File, import and export, from another program or file, select PST, and point it at whichever file you created previously.

You can also export from Outlook Express and many other emial applications, it is just a matter of exporting just the calendar and then imporiting it into your Exchange mailbox and you will then have a merged calendar with both accounts worth of calendar entries.
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