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Windows 7: Trouble with opening shared calendar in Outlook 2003

01 Nov 2011   #1
midstatemike

Windows 7 professional 64
 
 
Trouble with opening shared calendar in Outlook 2003

Our office manager is using win7 with outlook 2007 and is trying to share her calendar with the staff in the office. two of the office computers are running outlook 2003 and can not accept the invitation to share her calendar. We have gone on the Microsoft website and followed the steps located there to do this but still does not work. anyone out there have any other ideas or suggestions.


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01 Nov 2011   #2
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 

midstatemike,

Researching your problem produced less than satisfactory results. {Outlook 2003 is rather ancient these days}

FWIW > The links below hopefully may provide you with some clue.{I am not holding my breath.}

You cannot open a shared Outlook folder from a sharing invitation that you receive from another Outlook user

Share Your Calendar in Outlook 2003 / Exchange Environment - How-To Geek

https://workinghardinit.wordpress.co...ted-to-comple/

Windows 7 and Outlook | HowTo-Outlook



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