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    Shared calendar

    I am using the calendar sharing facility in Outlook 2000 SR1 successfully However, how do I tell new appointments from old ones ? E-mail highlights unread messages in bold - is there a similar feature for applying to new appointments in shared calendars?
    Looking forward to you replies,

    Paul

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    Re: Shared calendar

    when i tested netfolders, new appt received via netfolders were bold in the table view and the folder showed the unread count.
    if you aren't seeing the same thing, you can try using automatic formatting to bold the unread calendar items.

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    Re: Shared calendar

    Mary,
    Thanks for your reply. Yes, I can see the number of 'unread' appointments in the folder view but not in the calendar itself. When you say 'table view' do you mean the entire month view?[img]/w3timages/icons/crazy.gif[/img]

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    Re: Shared calendar

    they won't show up AFAIK in the grid views - day/week/month. only when using a view like group by that displays the items in rows that can be sorted, like the inbox displays your mail.

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    Re: Shared calendar

    BINGO!!!
    Mary, you're a star!!
    Hope I can help someone in the Lounge one day as well as you've helped me.

    Paul

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