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 Post subject: Share new calendar in Outlook without sharing all calendars
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 11:28 am 
Willamette
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Is there a way in Outlook 2010 that I can create a new calendar, and share ONLY that calendar with others. I have two other calendars (Personal and Work) that I don't want to share. The new calendar would be a Marketing calendar, and I only want THAT calendar shared with Marketing personnel, not all of my calendars.

This seems to be harder than it needs to be since whenever I set up the permissions, I can only do it for my personal calendars (Which I don't want to share) or for all calendars I have (which I don't really want to do either). Just the Marketing calendar.


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 Post subject: Re: Share new calendar in Outlook without sharing all calend
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:33 pm 
Monkey Federation (Top 10)
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Have no idea how to do it in outlook, but you could sinc your callender to google and let it share only the one you want.


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 Post subject: Re: Share new calendar in Outlook without sharing all calend
PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 7:38 pm 
Million Club [PC]*
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Are you working in an Exchange environment?
If you are, you might find it easier to create a new Exchange user (say, call him "MarketingCalendar" (and, set the account to 'disabled'), and share 'his' calendar out.
(This is how I created a "Home Calendar" at home - it was the easiest way to create a calendar that everyone at home had access to, without creating weirdness with my own calendar.)

*Edit:
Just remembered that what I did was to create a "room calendar." That automagically sets the user account (that "owns" the calendar) to 'disabled', but leaves the calendar live.


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