restore shared calendar to recently reformatted pc?

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Is it possible to restore a shared calendar (Outlook 2007, shared on

Microsoft's website from a different desktop) to a recent re-install of

WindowsXP/Outlook2007? File And Settings Tranfer function in WinXP SP3 does

not work. The "Import" function in Outlook2007 does not allow the shared

calendar to get updates. If I just copy the .ics from the old computers'

folder and drop it into the same place on the new computer it will not get

updates/changes from the master.

help?

It is incredibly inconvenient to have to send out another invitation to

20+users, have them delete their old shared calendars, and then accept

another invitation from the person sharing just to get one restored

Outlook2007 client fully functional...
 

Diane Poremsky

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Outlook version
Outlook 2016 32 bit
Email Account
Office 365 Exchange
The problem is with a recipient of the shared calendar? They should be able

to click on the invite in the initial email or log into the office online

web site. If they don't have the email, forward it from your sent folder.

"miike" <miike> wrote in message

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> Is it possible to restore a shared calendar (Outlook 2007, shared on
> Microsoft's website from a different desktop) to a recent re-install of
> WindowsXP/Outlook2007? File And Settings Tranfer function in WinXP SP3
> does
> not work. The "Import" function in Outlook2007 does not allow the shared
> calendar to get updates. If I just copy the .ics from the old computers'
> folder and drop it into the same place on the new computer it will not get
> updates/changes from the master.
> help?
> It is incredibly inconvenient to have to send out another invitation to
> 20+users, have them delete their old shared calendars, and then accept
> another invitation from the person sharing just to get one restored
> Outlook2007 client fully functional...
 
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