Re: Sharing Outlook Calendar

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Bill Daggett

carl43m <carl43m> wrote:

>I have windows vista home premium and two users accounts on the pc. Is there
>a way for my calendar to be viewed and /or updated by the other user on this
>pc? I have outlook 2003 and I know that I can't set up my calendar for
>sharing to someone on another pc without going thru an exchange server.
>However, I was hoping that because my wife and I were both users on the same
>pc that she would be able to have access to my calendar when she was signed
>on in her own account.
>
>Also, because I can't share my calendar without going thru an exchange
>server I was hoping to be able to export my master calendar that I have on an
>older XP desktop and bring in onto my vista laptop. For some reason even
>though the export files seems to have all my entries, it only puts some of
>the items into my calendar on the vista laptop.


I've crossposted this to the proper group so that the Outlook experts
will see it.
 
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DL

Maybe something here helps;
http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/sync.asp

"Bill Daggett" <Daggett@wmunny.invalid> wrote in message
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> carl43m <carl43m> wrote:
>
>>I have windows vista home premium and two users accounts on the pc. Is
>>there
>>a way for my calendar to be viewed and /or updated by the other user on
>>this
>>pc? I have outlook 2003 and I know that I can't set up my calendar for
>>sharing to someone on another pc without going thru an exchange server.
>>However, I was hoping that because my wife and I were both users on the
>>same
>>pc that she would be able to have access to my calendar when she was
>>signed
>>on in her own account.
>>
>>Also, because I can't share my calendar without going thru an exchange
>>server I was hoping to be able to export my master calendar that I have on
>>an
>>older XP desktop and bring in onto my vista laptop. For some reason even
>>though the export files seems to have all my entries, it only puts some of
>>the items into my calendar on the vista laptop.

>
> I've crossposted this to the proper group so that the Outlook experts
> will see it.


 

Brian Tillman

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"Bill Daggett" <Daggett@wmunny.invalid> wrote in message
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> carl43m <carl43m> wrote:


>>I have windows vista home premium and two users accounts on the pc. Is
>>there
>>a way for my calendar to be viewed and /or updated by the other user on this
>>pc? I have outlook 2003 and I know that I can't set up my calendar for
>>sharing to someone on another pc without going thru an exchange server.
>>However, I was hoping that because my wife and I were both users on the same
>>pc that she would be able to have access to my calendar when she was signed
>>on in her own account.
>>
>>Also, because I can't share my calendar without going thru an exchange
>>server I was hoping to be able to export my master calendar that I have on
>>an
>>older XP desktop and bring in onto my vista laptop. For some reason even
>>though the export files seems to have all my entries, it only puts some of
>>the items into my calendar on the vista laptop.

>
> I've crossposted this to the proper group so that the Outlook experts
> will see it.


See this: http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/olshare1.htm

 
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DL

Your trespassing, and only some 23 hours late

"Brian Tillman " <tillman1952@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> "Bill Daggett" <Daggett@wmunny.invalid> wrote in message
> news:4vu88515dle64fs6p9ra0226tuh0p77ilc@4ax.com...
>> carl43m <carl43m> wrote:

>
>>>I have windows vista home premium and two users accounts on the pc. Is
>>>there
>>>a way for my calendar to be viewed and /or updated by the other user on
>>>this
>>>pc? I have outlook 2003 and I know that I can't set up my calendar for
>>>sharing to someone on another pc without going thru an exchange server.
>>>However, I was hoping that because my wife and I were both users on the
>>>same
>>>pc that she would be able to have access to my calendar when she was
>>>signed
>>>on in her own account.
>>>
>>>Also, because I can't share my calendar without going thru an exchange
>>>server I was hoping to be able to export my master calendar that I have
>>>on an
>>>older XP desktop and bring in onto my vista laptop. For some reason even
>>>though the export files seems to have all my entries, it only puts some
>>>of
>>>the items into my calendar on the vista laptop.

>>
>> I've crossposted this to the proper group so that the Outlook experts
>> will see it.

>
> See this: http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/olshare1.htm
> >


 

Brian Tillman

Senior Member
"DL" <notvalid@spoofaddress.co.uk> wrote in message
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> Your trespassing, and only some 23 hours late


Trespassing? There is no "private property" in a newsgroup. Besides, not
everyone sees posted messages in real time.

 
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DL

Dont understand sarcasm do you

"Brian Tillman " <tillman1952@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>> Your trespassing, and only some 23 hours late

>
> Trespassing? There is no "private property" in a newsgroup. Besides, not
> everyone sees posted messages in real time.
> >


 
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