Here's the situation: A professor just hired an administrative assistant and he wants her to be able to modify his Outlook 2007 calendar from her desk. I don't have an exchange server setup, so I started looking into the Internet calendar sharing features. I was able to subscribe and view his calendar but I wasn't able to modify any current appointments or add any new ones. Is this an option with the Internet calendar system? If not, is there another method that you could recommend I take (aside from purchasing software)?
I appreciate any help that is offered!
Internet Calendar Sharing is read only. It allows others to see a calendar without Exchange. Without Exchange or another server based system it isn't possible to make changes to calendars. Outside of Exchange calendars are stored in PST files, and a PST file is strictly single user. It cannot be shared. Doing this will require a 3rd-party piece of software. I'm not aware of any free solutions.