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Posted on 2011-03-02
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In an Exchange 2007 environment using an Outlook 2007 Client is it possible to click on the default Outlook Calendar and have that open a Calendar in a public folder?

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IMO, the default Outlook 2k7 Calendar folder should point to your "Calendar folder" in the mailbox.

This is needed, usefull to publish\pull your free\busy data from Exchange server.

>> If your request is to access the public-folder calendar frequently.
Try using the options: "Open a shared calendar" @ the "Calendar folder" window.
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The solution is that you cannot open the default Calendar in Outlook 2007 and have that redirect to open a Calendar in the Public Folders.
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thank you
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