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Using Microsoft outlook (2010) for Organizing and Scheduling Meetings for clients

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by williamwallace1, May 8, 2015.

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  1. williamwallace1

    williamwallace1 Thread Starter

    May 7, 2015
    Hi guys,

    I have been referred to you guys as I have heard you are the best in the business for answering tech questions, so here it goes!

    I was wondering if it was possible to use Microsoft Outlook for organizing and scheduling meetings when people have another email server/software (e.g. gmail, yahoo). What we need is for clients to be able to have access to the calendar and see times when the consultant is available, and to select a time that they are available. This is to stop the constant back and forth of suggesting times when we are available.

    (I have looked at online booking system software that integrates and syncs with Microsoft outlook calendar HOWEVER the main issue is that out company uses Citrix Receiver ( client software that provides access to your XenDesktop and XenApp installations) and the group IT of the company have put restrictions on certain applications and softwareÂ’s we can download. Many of the online booking system software that I have looked at are restricted thus if microsoft outlook can do it that would be amazing)

  2. TheShooter93

    TheShooter93 Malware Specialist

    Jul 9, 2008
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    Hi williamwallace1,

    Based on your post it sounds like you are looking for a business solution. The majority of the help provided here is for home users, though we do sometimes help solve business problems.

    The main issue we run into with solving business problems is the presence of an IT department at the company. You mentioned that your company's IT department has placed restrictions on your workstations.

    Given that you have an internal IT department, you will need to ask them to assist you. We will not be allowed to assist unless you are the IT department or get permission from them that we can assist.
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