I want all 10 computers (running XP and Vista) that are using Outlook 2007 to open as a default view to Personal Calendars AND any Internet Calendars that are currently being subscribed to. By navigating to Tools--Options--Other--Advanced Options, you can choose the Startup folder (i.e. my personal calendar, or an internet calendar subscribed folder), but it will open only that calendar and leave any other calendars "unopened", or unchecked, needing to be checked in order to be viewed. The internet calendar subscriptions then need to be manually checked on the left-hand navigation pane in order to view them with the personal calendar (currently set up to view in overlay mode, weekly).
One important thing to note in terms of a possible workaround is this:
If I check my personal calendar and my internet calendar subscriptions on the left-hand navigation pane, and change the "Startup in this folder" setting (Tools--Options--Other--Advanced Options) to "Inbox", and then restart
outlook, it will open the Inbox first (obviously). But then when I click on the Calendar button/link in the navigation pane, all calendars (personal AND internet subscriptions) are still selected as a remembered setting from the previous session. So if I could tell Outlook to default open to the Inbox using the above method, and then have some sort of script that would switch to the calendars in the same way that clicking "Calendar" in the navigation pane, then this would solve my problem.
I have some limited experience with VB application development, and VBA in Excel, so if there is a simple script that I can run to accomplish this, some sort of loop that will check all calendars, something like that, I could handle that much. Please point me to any information that will solve my problem, thanks!!