Where in the Outlook calendar can I have one person blocked so they don't see my info?

mariehwood
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Where in the Outlook calendar properties (ie Permissions?) can I block one person so
they don't see my available info? I want to show "No information" for this one person only.
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Commented:
Tools ==> Options ==> Delegates ==> [Add] ==> Set all drop downs to "None" ==> [OK] ==> [OK]

Hope this helps

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Depending on the version.

See here for guidance: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HP011111491033.aspx

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NO....I want them to see "/////////////no info/////////" while others can see my calendar just blocked off. I don't share my DETAILS just availability.
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I have now asked you twice in 2 different questions, Which version of Outlook?

Right click on Calendar select properties then the permissions tab.

Your looking for the attached.

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Marie,  Are you talking about "Free/Busy Information"??  As far as I am aware there is no way to switch this off for a specific user.  You can reduce the amount of time you do show for all users by going Tools ==> Options ==> [Calendar Options] ==> Free/Busy Options] ==> "0" months  BUT that would be for all users.

Users will rights on your Calendar folder would slowly see your availability but it would be painful to use.

:-(

Priz

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Thanks so much. this is exactly what I thought and wanted to hear.

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We all have Outlook 2003 and don't have the ability to designate the options you are showing (e.g. allow free/busy times, etc.)

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these are my only options:

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