Thank you for allowing me to be part of your community.
I've got a small problem with exporting my calendar.
Currently I use two calendars:
1, my own on my laptop (Outlook 2010) that came with my Office 2010;
2, my calendar on my works pc (Outlook 2003) that I connect to using remote desktop.
Now the problem I have is I've been using my own calendar on my laptop to keep my appointments and this has resulted in a large period of time stored on my calendar that I need to record on my works calendar.
I've exported my calendar (.Pst) file to my desktop in which I intend to import on my works pc.
Now I'm worried that it will upload all of my Emails from my personal Email, can anyone advise if this is the case or will it just upload my calendar?
You have at least 2 options - you can open the pst in the work profile and copy the appointments between calendars (use a list view on the laptop so you can select a group of appointments), or you can export just the calendar folder and import it.
I don't recall offhand if importing allows you to select just the calendar folder, but if so, you can use the current pst file. You can cancel the import before it starts if the wizard won't allow you to select the calendar folder.
This is from outlook 2010, but it should be the same dialog in 2003 - you'll probably want to uncheck import subfolders, although if there are no subfolders under the calendar, it won't matter. Select the calendar - if you select the top of the pst file, and have subfolders checked, everything is imported.