Caching a Shared Calender among the Remote Users ?

Our CEO's  Assistant is has his calender share but the Exchnage Server 2007 is on a remote location, So whenever she toss between two calenders the system hangs for a while bsaically to get the calender indormation from the Exchnage Server 2007. Is ther a way she can cache his calender information locally, they way her own mail box information is cached locally as an OST?
rajan_29Asked:
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RudramCommented:
* Outlook can cache the data for the master profile, that is the outlook profile that has been logged in to.

* So if you need to cache the data of other outlook user, you might consider to create an altogether different outlook profile for that user.

* The only drawback could be you would not be able to view both the calendars simultaneously

Hope this helps (^_^)
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RudramCommented:
* Also when you say that the system hangs, its not like that outlook should take different time intervals to fetch the data for different users when all are hosted on the same server.

* So basically one attempt that you may try is check for any PST files attached to the users mailbox and close the PST files and then try to switch between the calendars to see if theres any performance issue

* Next you could also try to create a new profile for the user and then add the calendar folder of the other user to the mailbox and then see if switching between them causes any performance issues.

Good Luck (^_^)
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rajan_29Author Commented:
Thanks Buddy... I need to claryfy the issue with a second opnion.... :) Cheers..
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