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Microsoft Outlook Calendar Group Policy Functionality

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Good afternoon.

I have a request from my organization on how all of my users Outlook 2007's shared calendars function.  I have two goals.

1.  Display to shared users only business hours in Calendars.
a.  Users would see their entire day
b.  Users viewing other peoples calendars would only see business hours such as 7am-5pm and the appointments within those times.

2.  Appointments market as PRIVATE & Show As is marked as Free are not displayed to people viewing the Share calendar.
a. Example, I have a private appointment during business hours but I am still free for other appointments during that time.  I create a new appointment, I mark it as private, I set my Show As: Free and when another user views my calendar they can not see the private appointment being created.

Can, and if so how, these two goals be achieved?
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Hi, HemisFear.

This is not possible.  Outlook simply does not have the fine granular controls required for this.
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Thank you for the clear answer.
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You're welcome.
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