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Calendar sharing in Outlook 2000

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Hi can anyone please help? At work we have Office 2000 and we have an 'intranet system'. we need to give permissions to view each others calendars and that is no problem - HOWEVER...
I have created a second calender - by right clicking the Calender and selecting new folder. It is this particular second calender I wish to share. When I right click it and look at the permissions - it all appears okay and I can select from my contact list the names of my colleagues... sounds fine so far... However when they try to open my calender from their PC's - they can only view my original calender.

Can anyone offer any assistance or suggestions on what to do regarding this. Many many thanks

Chelizajaz - desperately stuck in an office trying to share my calendar!!
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Make sure you give the other colleagues "Share" permissions and "Security" permissions. When you right click the share you have created you must also click the "Sharing" tab after clicking "properties". Make sure the correct users or groups are in the list. Next click the "security" tab and make sure the correct users and groups are in that list. Make sure the permissions for sharing and security are allowing the users to read your calendar.

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Hi Chelizajaz

You might want to check out this link, it is for Outlook 2003, if you are using Office XP it is very similar, http://office.micros...1111491033.aspx
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