Lotus/Notes Calendars

Using Lotus Notes 6.5
Can you create a second calendar ( more than one calendar ) and how?
Tia
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Bill-HansonCommented:
Sure, just create a new database based on the standard mail template.

NOTE:  This calendar will not recieve calendar invites unless you point your Person document to the Server / Filename, but it will function properly as a stand alone calendar.

1.  Select "File > Database > New".
2.  In the "New Database" window, enter the Server, Title, and filename for the new calendar.  To put the calendar on your computer, enter "Local" in the Server field.
3.  In the "Template" field, select "Mail (R6)".
4.  Click the Ok button and your new calendar database will be created.

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SysExpertCommented:
You can create a second calendar by accessing another Notes mail or jsut a calendar DB, but reminders will only work for your own calendar in your Mail DB.

Also calendar templates may be available on openntf.org

I hope this helps !
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