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In Outlook 2007, you can go to "Tools" > "Options" > "Calendar Options" button and set your start and end times for the day.

Is there anyway for me to further limit my calendar, so I can set my availability on a per-day basis?

E.G. (my calendar would be available for others to invite me to meetings at these times)

  • Mon - 9am - 5pm
  • Tues - 7am - 3pm
  • Wed - 7am - 3pm
  • Thurs - 9am - 5pm
  • Fri - 9am - 5pm

I'd like to setup my availability ahead of time, for each of the week, that would be the same going forward.

I realize that I could create an appointment for myself that blocks out those times, but that seems pretty lame. And it fills the 'To-Do Bar' with all the recurrences.

I'm open to suggestions for built-in functionality, or some free utilities/plugins if they exist.

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Yeah, the only way I know of is to use a category of recurring appointments and just create a custom view that hides them. . .

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