I use Outlook 2007 with a hosted Exchange 2007 account. I would like to publish my Outlook calendar to my hosted web site, but with a few caveats.
1) I only want to publish generic appointment descriptions--I do not
want any of the appointment descriptions to be displayed, and I do not want to have to mark any appointments as Private to hide the description. All appointments should simply say "Busy".
2) I would like to display both Busy and Free times. So if I have an appointment from 9am - 10am, and then another from 12pm - 2pm, I want those times to show busy, and then show 10am - 12pm as free. I suppose the most important part is the free time, where I am available for appointments.
3) It would be great if the solution could publish directly to an FTP or web site, but I would be fine with generating an HTML file that I then upload manually to my web site.
4) The goal is for customers to be able to go to a single web page on my web site and check when I am available for a call or meeting.
I have reviewed most of the solutions on Slipstick, but none seem to accommodate these requirements.
I have tried the Word templates that extract appointment data into a Word doc, but those list my appointment descriptions by default. I have also tried the "Save As web page" option in Outlook, but that too prints the descriptions. And all of these produce a pretty cluttered looking calendar as a result.
The solution does not have to be freeware--I am willing to pay a reasonable price for the solution if one already exists. If not, I'll probably hire a developer to have it custom developed. Just wondering if such a solution already exists before I spend time developing it.