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Viewing 2 Calanders in Outlook 2003


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jaxisland

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I have 2 email addresses at my job. We have two companies which maintain 2 exchange servers. My office / email is at me@domain.com. I have another email address at the other company me@domainnorth.com. Can I view the calendar of my domainnorth.com account from my domain.com account?

If its confusing please ask, but I hope someone can help.
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make sure your main account has permissions to the other account (a little funky on multiple domains)...then from the second account share your calendar...back on the main account click on file > open> other user's folder. set it to calendar and enter the other account's name in there....after that your primary account should have the other calendar in there as well as your primary one

i've not tested this across domains though...one of the main issues with exchange (2003 especially) is that it's difficult to share things across domains (if not impossible)
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Its just saying that I dont have permissions. But Im not sure how to grant permissions to a user in another domain. :)
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