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hulud

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i cant for the life of me, find out how to open a shared calendar in outlook 2002.

in outlook 2003, i just go "open a shared calendar" but this option is nowhere to be found in 2002. we are on an exchange server. does anyone know how to do this, and if there is no direct way, is there a "backdoor" way to get this accomplished.

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gonna sound funny...but have you tried going to help in outlook? try typing calendar...or shared...or shared calendar
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yes, i have and it didnt help. i can go to
File -> Open -> Other User's Folder and try to select the option, but its not working

in this particular case, the "other user" is a resource, the conference room... and when i try to open the conference rooms calendar it does not work. in 2003, i can open a shared calendar, conference room, without any problems.
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If you read the Terms of Use, that you agreed to when registering, you will see this:

We offer free computer help and tech support for home and personal use. We are not here to support others that work for profit, or to support/replace your company's IT department.


We aren't able to keep helping you here at GeeksToGo. I apologize for the inconvenience and confusion, as you have previously received help. However, we shut down all threads by people such as yourself, and it is unfair if we keep offering assistance to you. Hopefully, you can understand that. :tazz:
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