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Replicating Calendars in Oulook


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SuperGandhi

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Alrighty People,

I have a user who has a few calendars (one shared) open within their outlook application. What they are looking to do is have their appointments replicating, ie if Joe Bloggs puts an appointment into Calendar A it is automatically copied into Calendars B and C.

Calendars B and C are also viewed by several other users and hence it is critical that these appointments show up in all instances!!

Anybody got any clues for me :tazz: ?
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http://office.micros...0689061033.aspx

that software might do it...it allows you to connect your callendars to an sql database...that would in theory work..because if the data in one calander is updated...then the data in the database is updated...and it would make sense that if you have another callendar linked to that table..then it would update as well
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I take it there is no way to do this from within the Office application?
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i can't promise a yes or a no on that....i got that reference from within outlook help...i'm not sure...keep researching
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