I am part of a ten-person team that is spread across several states and time zones. We are looking for a free and easy solution that will allow us to keep track of who is in or out of the office each day. [more inside]
One of my users is experiencing an issue with the Scheduling Assistant in Outlook 2013. She is unable to view any meeting information for other users and I'm out of ideas. [more inside]
I have one calendar, in Outlook. I'd like to view and be able to print a calendar that ONLY lists certain types of appointments: ones that occur on weekends, and ones where I am out of the office (whether I'm out of office on weekends or not). As a bonus, I'd like to have the option to view this special calendar in Outlook, but I'd settle for being able to print it. Basically, I want to view my calendar WITHOUT my Monday to Friday work meetings on it. Is this possible?
Hi! I an Excel novice surrounded by fellow novices and I need help with what looks like an unexpectedly difficult setup. I make a comprehensive calendar of activities and events for a retirement home every month. This takes most of a month to plan and transcribe, and is tedious and error-prone. I want to make something better. Assume I am smart but have little programming knowledge or power user experience. [more inside]
Someone else organizes a meeting in Microsoft Outlook and invites me. I accept the invitation. If I then put some notes in the big description/details area of that Outlook meeting, are those private to me, or can all the attendees see this? I am having a hard time figuring out how to Google this.
I use Google Calendar. My colleague uses Outlook. Whenever he re-schedules a calendar event, I just get an email with the old event time. Help?! [more inside]
I work at a company that uses Outlook and Exchange. I link my iPhone as well as my iMac at home. Everything was working great until lately. I've noticed that many of my events have been somehow converted into meetings. I'm suspecting my recent upgrade to Mavericks to be the culprit here. This brings to mind two important questions. [more inside]
I have MS Office Pro Plus 2010 at work, and I haven't used Office before. After using Gmail exclusively for a number of years, and never any scheduling tools beyond what came on my Droid from Verizon, I'm looking for ways to better utilize the email, organizational and time management options I have. I recently learned about flags and conversation view from a co-worker, but I feel like there are more features I should be using. [more inside]
I'd like to sync a shared event/appointment calendar with a work colleague, which we both can edit (not just view) on our iMac computers, preferably without having to go to an external website to make edits, or paying for an outside service. Details within. [more inside]
I would like to set up a randomly reoccurring weekly event in my calendar -- either Outlook or Google -- such that it repeats every work week (M-F) between the hours of 9-5, but randomly. In other words, I want it to be at 1 pm on Monday one week, then 10 am on Friday of the following week, etc. Is there a quick and easy way to do this or must I set up a reoccurring event and then go through each week moving the appointment to what feels like a random time?
How do I convert ics files? Since my work computer was upgraded to Office 2010 64-bit, I've been unable to sync my Outlook schedule with my Samsung phone (which uses Samsung New PC Studio). It will still sync with my Google calendar though. Both Outlook and Google only seem to export .ics files. NPS seems to import .nsf, .dif, .mdb and .vcs. I found a free .ics to .vcs converter online but it seems to convert a single appointment from what I've verified is a complete export of my calendar. How can I convert the files or otherwise get the phone calendar synced?
Can you help solve a public official's staff project management woes? [more inside]
Have you used Outlook 2010 to create/manage shared group calendars at your job? How did you do it? Is it working out? [more inside]
Help me learn to love (or at least tolerate) Lotus Notes. Are there any features as a user or administrator you like? [more inside]
I need some sort of really "loud" notification when I have a meeting coming up at work. ("Load" is in quotes, because, ideally, it wouldn't be a sound -- it would be some sort of big, colorful visual display.) I (am forced to) use Outlook 2011. Mac OS X, Snow Leopard. [more inside]
How to change default Outlook 2007 calendar? or alternatively, how to accept appointments into a non-default calendar?
How to change default Outlook 2007 calendar? or alternatively, how to accept appointments into a non-default calendar? [more inside]
iTunes broke my calendar. I can no longer sync Outlook to my iPod Touch because "sync server failed to sync." I can't find an answer to this on iTunes help although I do see that others have had this problem. Any suggestions? I've always done this over a USB cable. Nothing has changed except the calendar won't sync anymore. My iTunes software is up to date. I think Notes and Contacts are syncing -- though I just realized I haven't really tested that. I don't sync music in this operation, I do that from a different machine with different settings.
My wife is about to switch from Blackberry to Motorola Droid. Couple questions after the jump. Thanks! [more inside]
How do I sync the calendar and contacts between one computer running outlook 2007 and another running windows live mail? [more inside]
How can I keep my Outlook 2007 Calendar always on top, and always "snapped to" my other programs (so their borders don't overlap the calendar) on my Windows XP desktop? [more inside]
I have a user and his admin that just migrated from Outlook 2003 to 2007, and now they are both having the same problem, that consequently was fixed when I reimaged the users computer a while back. They want to be able to print out a weekly view calendar and the details wrap to the next line. How do we get this to work? I know it works because I've seen it with my own eyes. [more inside]
How can I integrate my company's Microsoft Exchange 2003 calendar with Mail.app and iCal on Snow Leopard? I don't fully understand how Exchange and Outlook work on PCs but I need to make it happen on a Mac. [more inside]
How to access two outlook exchange calendars from completely different domains side-by-side [more inside]
Sync Outlook calendar and Google - with only generic blocks of busy/free time? [more inside]
I'm trying to find a way to synchronize Outlook Calendar (on Windows) with Google Calendar that actually works - as my current solution doesn't. Bonus points if I can sync contacts as well. [more inside]
Are there any free options for two-way syncing my work calendar (either Outlook 2002, Entourage for OS X, or iCal) with my google calendar? [more inside]
Is there an easier and less manual way to export your calendar, contacts, tasks and notes in Outlook? [more inside]
Gmail, Outlook, and Sync oh my! How do I sort through this? [more inside]
Outlook 2007 question: Is there a way to keep meetings that have already happened in my calendar, even if the meeting organizer cancels the meeting series midway through the recurrence? [more inside]
How can I transfer the calendar from a Motorola Q to an iPhone, without Outlook 2003? [more inside]
In Outlook 2003, all my appointments are being put on calendars associated with my *.pst files, instead of the calendar in the main Exchange folder. It's totally screwing up my workdays, as you might guess. Details inside. [more inside]
So I sync'ed my Google calendar and my Outlook calendar, and now I need to unsync fast. Is there a way to unsync them without deleting each event and appointment one by one? [more inside]
How can I access the internal ICS file generated by Outlook when sending a meeting invitation? [more inside]
Do you know of any software that allows you to set the standard Outlook Calendar Reminders to be a desktop alert slider like the new email slider instead of the pop-up window? [more inside]
Is there a way to use a google calendar and outlook exchange without completely mixing the two and can they be synced differently on different computers?
Is there a way to use a google calendar and outlook exchange without completely mixing the two and can they be synced differently on different computers? [more inside]
What happened to my favorite Outlook weekly calendar view in Office 2007? [more inside]
I'm considering retiring my Palm Zire and using my iPod Nano for my portable calendar. Anyone else try this with success? [more inside]
Why do meeting requests sent from Outlook not show up automatically in my Google Calendar? [more inside]
Can I have Outlook/Exchange forward calendar events to Google calendar? [more inside]
OfficeApp Filter: How can I seamlessly convert lists of project assignment names and deadlines to a calendar view that can be shared? Or can I? [more inside]
OutlookFilter: Remind me of all appointments? [more inside]
My Outlook backup, my exchange provider, and a mess. [more inside]
Help me beat MS Office Outlook 2003's calendar print function into submission. [more inside]
Save us from exchange! Are there any alternatives (preferably open source) for calendaring we can use rather then exchange? [more inside]
Both my wife and I use separate Microsoft Outlook installations to manage our calendars and to sync our calendars with our cell phones and pdas. Now, we need a way for an assistant to manage our calendars from another computer. [more inside]
I have an Audiovox SMT 5600, which runs Windows Mobile 2003SE for Smartphones, and I'd like to sync calendars/tasks with my PC. This is normally done in Outlook, but I'm a Thunderbird user. Is there a desktop PIM/calendar/tasks package that can sync with a smartphone? I don't really need to sync email - I don't have a data package anyway. [more inside]
Motorola v3 Razr... I need to find a desktop calendar program (I currently use Rainlander, but any calendar 'cept Outlook will do) for a Windows platform that will synchronize with my new phone. [more inside]
I need to share a calendar between four people. Trouble is, two of them are on Macs (using iCal) and two of them are using Outlook on PCs. I know there are systems like OfficeCalendar that do away with needing an Exchange server, and GroupCal that allows a Mac to connect to an Exchange server. But is there a way to get all these platforms working in tandem? Bonus points if there is a web-based version of the calendar too.
Anyway to sync between Entourage on my iBook and Outlook on my PC?
My office just upgraded all of us to Outlook 2003 and I've lost functionality that I found very helpful. In Outlook 2000 I was able to display both a portion of my Calendar as well my Tasks in the main view of my mailboxes. I've gone through numerous options to find this functionality, but no luck. Any suggestions for restoring said functionality?
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