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synchronising handheld calendar with outlook in Office 2003

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by pburtonmd, Jan 16, 2007.

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  1. pburtonmd

    pburtonmd Thread Starter

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    When I synchronise the calendar of my Nokia E61 with my calendar on Outlook, and share that calendar with another user on our office network, the other user cannot see details of my appointments. All my calendar entries appear to the other user as "private appointments". However, If I enter my appointments directly into Outlook, the other user can see the details as I have entered them.
    Any ideas much appreciated!

    Peter
     
  2. spackler

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    I would dig into the settings on the Nokia, it is probably marking your appointments as private by default. When you look at the imported appointments are they marked as default in your Outlook?
     
  3. pburtonmd

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    That was the problem - Nokia was defaulting to "private". I haven't been able to find a way of switching the default to "public", which means that I have to change from "private" to "public" each time I make a new calendar entry. However, now I know th e source of the problem, I can approach Nokia directly for this info.

    Your help much appreciated! Peter
     
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