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find first available appointment by examining several calendars

Posted on 2011-09-15
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From Access or Outlook VBA, I want to check 1-4 people's Calendars to find out who has a 60 minute availability next. I want to report back what that date is.

I was thinking I would loop through days, one a time,
for each date, check each user's calendar to see if there is any availability
Once I find one, exit the loop and report the user + date back in a msgbox.

Anyone have any experience about how to go about doing this? I.e., does Outlook expose objects that can do this, what are they, etc.

Thanks.
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I'm using Outlook 2007, Access 2007 and Exchange Server 2007.
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I got this to work using Outlook's Recipient.FreeBusy, in case anyone else looks for a way to do this.
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I got this to work using Outlook's Recipient.FreeBusy, in case anyone else looks for a way to do this.
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