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    Outlook Today calendar (Outlook 2000)

    My outlook today is associated with one set of personal folders and its associated calendar. I want outlook today to be associated with the calendar that is back on the main company exchange server. How do I change the calendar that shows up in outlook today or change the set of folders that outlook today is associated?

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    Re: Outlook Today calendar (Outlook 2000)

    Has anyone found an answer for this?
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    Re: Outlook Today calendar (Outlook 2000)

    Yes one can add different folders, but the calendar info appears the same way as messages. I'd like calendar information to appear as calendar info.
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    Re: Outlook Today calendar (Outlook 2000)

    As far as I know (and have been able to find on google) that is not possible in Outlook 2003 or earlier. I don't know about OL 2007.

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