Outlook 2003 client & Exchange 2003 question

Posted on 2009-04-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
- We have the usual calender in users Exchange Mailbox.
- We also have shared calenders per dept in the public folders.

Is it possible to somehow 'syncronise' the two so, all data in the dept calender in public folders becomes auto synched on a schedule into the users personal calender? It should only sync 1 way (public cal into personal cal).

Office Outlook 2003 clients with Exchange 2003 server in use.
thanks, regards
Question by:TED_UBB
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    You cannot do this natively. The calendars are treated as separate entities in their own right.

    You could achieve this with third-party software. Take a look at Add2Exchange, a package which runs on the Exchange Server and enables synchronization between public and private folders to take place: The same company market an 'Add2Outlook' product which can be used to manage the synchronization at the Desktop Level.


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