Free/busy is the only way to control how much detail people can see. On
calendars, the only way to hide appointment details is to mark them private.
"Elaine" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> We are using Outlook 2007 on Exchange 2007. I want to be able to share a
> folder, add the person's folder to my calendar view but only allow them to
> view that appt name - I do not want them to be able to open the appt to
> any details that may be written in the body of the appt. I dont want to
> to create a meeting with someone to see what they have on their calendar -
> there any other way to suppress the appointment detail? for example - My
> boss has her calendar shared out as reviewer - with full details. The
> other option is free/busy or free/busy, time, location and subject. If I
> select either of these two options it blanks out her calendar if I go to
> at it from my calendar view. The only way I know what she "really" has
> is if I start a meeting request and go to availability - I want to know if
> have any other options.
> > Elaine Rose
> IS Manager Hardware
> "Diane Poremsky [MVP]" wrote:
> > This is not possible. You can mark them private to hide all data or
> > remove
> > calendar permissions and only give them free/busy permission - it you
> > have
> > exchange 2007, you can control the level of details.
>> "slags" <slags> wrote in message
> > news:2D61C168-B0AC-40C1-AC65-1C87E904ECAD@microsoft.com...
> > > I would like my calendar to be shared with others, but prevent one from
> > > clicking on the appointment to see details. All they see is subject
> > > and
> > > location.