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Add public folder calendar to Outlook 2013 calendar view

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Hello -
Bunch of new computers recently installed with Office 2013 H & B. They connect to an on-prem Exchange 2010 as part of SBS 2011. We cannot get the public folder calendar "master calendar" to show up on the calendar view of the users Outlook profile.  ie, they can't see the public folder calendar.
(It is showing up in a couple users Outlook 2013 profiles, so it is possible.  I think the setup to 'view' this additional calendar came over from the Win 7 profile transfer for these folks. )When I try to add another calendar to view, I can't find/locate the public folder.

Driving me nuts. Any help would be appreciated.
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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Delete the user's Outlook profile and recreate it.

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We used the CTRL + 6 'magic key' sequence to view the public folder list, and then we could add the calendar to the favorites, and then it could be selected for view within the calendar pane.
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That resolved it. Thank you.
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