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SharePoint 2010 (Copy entries in 1 Sharepoint Calendar to another Sharepoint Calendar)

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Is there a way to copy all SharePoint 2010 calendar entries from 1 calendar to another SharePoint 2010 calendar ?
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Rainer Jeschor earned 750 total points
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Hi,
which SharePoint edition?
If it is SharePoint server edition AND you have activated the SharePoint feature "SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure" (on the site collection) and the feature "SharePoint server publishing" (on site features) then you can use the link in the site actions menu "Manage Content and Structure".
There you can easily copy/move the calendar entries.

If not then a Powershell script / client side script can do this.

HTH
Rainer
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Thanks.
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