I created conditional formatting on my calendar to indicate whether I'm a Required Attendee (dark red) or an Optional Attendee (light red) for appointments and meetings. I was dismayed to discover that the formatting did not apply to the Calendar portion of the To-Do bar.
Any suggestions on how...
I use Office 365 Home with both a gmail and and an IMAP e-mail account. Both accounts have been setup on OutIook365 and my gmail and IMAP account e-mails are syncing on my laptop and Android phone (i have the Outlook app loaded on my phone).
However my gmail calendar appointments...
I have an interesting problem that I am really hoping someone has a good solution for.
Context and issue:
I am using Outlook 2016 Exchange
I have access to a shared calendar (with editor rights).
The owner of the shared calendar has most meetings color-coded using categories.
I would like the...
i regularly need to schedule events in pacific and eastern time. i'm generally happy with the outlook calendar feature that allows me to set the time zone for an event (and especially happy when it allows me to set separate start and finish time zones, for transcon flights).
but is there a way...
I've made several Calendar Groups (me and the boss, me and a few coworkers, etc). I hide the left folder bar and it takes several clicks to change between Calendar Groups. Is there a way to make a button on the Ribbon or above the ribbon to display one of several Calendar Groups...
I'm running Outlook 2010 on Windows 10 with all current maintenance applied.
As of this afternoon the calendar goes into an infinite loop as soon as I click the link to start it. There's a circle in the middle of the display. I searched the web and found no solution.
David Lee in Quora.com has written a VBScript on how to send email summary of Outlook calendar. With minor adjustment to the code I am able to make it read non-default calendars (so basically in Outlook 2010, under My Calendars section I have added one more calendar called 'Test Calendar' and I...
We have a 'User' mailbox with 2 calendars.
How do i go about giving certain users full access to the inbox/sub folders (with auto mapping to their Outlook), full access to one of the calendars but only 'Review' permissions for the second calendar?
We currently use Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2013
Let's say I send out a meeting request to 100 people. Let's say 60 respond and 40 haven't yet. I want to send a reminder to the 40 non-responders. Is there any way to send them a reminder to respond?
Preferably they should be able to directly respond from that message as they might...