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Posted on 2009-05-07
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I am going to do some Outlook training, so I had our IT department create a separate exchange account called "training account" so I could utilize that calendar instead of my own for the training class.

I was able to add the training account account to my navigation pane (figure 1) and I can open and work the calendar and create "test" appointments just like I wanted0- with one exception...

When I mark an event as "private" I can no longer see it or open it.  - Just as if it doesn't belong to me....
Figure 2.

Anything i can do about that?  Thanks...

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Question by:snyperj
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Hello,

Calendar events marked as Private can only be viewed by logging directly into that mailbox.


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jjmck is right, if the appointment is private you will have to create a seperate profile in Outlook.  Then add your test account to that profile and log in to Outlook using that profile.  Alternatively you can just make that appointment public.  I would think if you are doing a demo you'd want to be logged into the test account anyways.
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