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    Duplicate calentar (O2002)

    I have Outlook both at home and at work.
    At home is O2002, and the OS is W200 PE
    At work is 98, and the OS is NT.
    I would like to have my calendar edited in one machine (say at the office, which is the older), and record "that file" in a RWCD of FD, and reopen at home .
    Could anyone please guide me about
    a) Feasibility, and
    [img]/forums/images/smilies/cool.gif[/img] If affirmative; how to do it?
    Note: If necessary, I can load and edit at home with O98, the same as the office.
    Thanks in advance for your help.

    Daniel Rozenberg

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    Re: Duplicate calentar (O2002)

    Not easily. Would it instead be acceptable to check your work calendar using OWA?

    Alternatively, you could e-mail Calendar Items from work to home by opening the Item, then using Actions, Forward as iCalendar; when you pick up the e-mail at home, double click the iCal attachment; and save to to your home Calendar. The sending could probably be automated.

    Or you could copy your entire calendar to a PST and e-mail it or carry it on media (Diskette, Zipdisk, USB Drive) then import it onto your home machine.

    It might be easier to buy a PDA, and make it the master, and sync both machines to it.
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    Re: Duplicate calentar (O2002)

    Thanks a lot for your reply.
    I am giving up on OL.
    Will try Sidequick (I don't kno if spelling is correct), which will install both at home and office.
    Thanks again.

    Daniel Rozenberg.

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