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#1 Robrooklyn


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Posted 02 June 2005 - 01:03 PM

I'm currently working on making a second calendar in my microsoft 2000 outlook at work, which I'm going to share with others. My problem is that when I give permissions and they try to open they are only given the option to view my default calendar and not the one I've created. I've asked the technician here and he said the only way is to create it but make that my calendar and make the default calendar the one I want to share. How can I share this or is it something we can do?

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