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How to hide Outlook calendar events from other Exchange users?

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Hi,

My default calendar in Outlook 2003 has personal events on I don't want other exchange users to view. How do I make it such that no other exchange users can view my personal events?

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simply right-click onto the desired entry an click "private". So, the other users will see the event as "private event" an can not view any details.
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That didn't always work for us so we have the use check the "Private" box at the lower right hand corner of the new event.
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Thanks guys, knew it would have been something simple...
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