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Change defaul calendar to a shared calendar

Posted on 2008-06-10
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I would like to change the default calendar in my outlook to show the shared calendar from other user.We use hhte same calendar. The same I woul like to do with contacts. We use exchange 2003 SMB version.
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Hi, miheta.  

That's not possible.  The default calendar is always the calendar associated with the inbox that mail is delivered to.  It cannot be changed.
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Sorry, but I object.  Although the answer may not be what miheta wanted, it is a correct answer.  Sometimes the answer to a question is "it isn't possible".
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