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View created by information on public folder calendars - A question for Sembee and others

Posted on 2009-07-14
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When a company has a public folder in Exchange, is there a way to see who has created an entry into the calendar? Currently, from the public folder I am looking at, there are multiple daily entries, but I am unsure who has made them, and when. Is there any way to enable more information on the calendar to make it so I can vew these properties of created (or future created) entries?

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Question by:newgentechnologies
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by:Mestha
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As far as I am aware, that information isn't recorded. Looking at the fields available, if it is, then only organiser would come close. I see nothing else that shows who created the object.

Simon.
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by:newgentechnologies
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How would someone be labled as organizer exactly?
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by:Mestha
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I don't know. It is not something I have ever looked at.
It may well be a hang over from the Calendar fields available to you in the calendar within the mailbox.

Simon.
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Ah, I have found the solution, but it requires changing the view (so you get to see columns):

-> Select Calendar
-> View
-> Arrange By
-> Current View
-> Active Appointments
-> Then just add the "Created" column, and it shows everything
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