For whatever legacy reason, people in my workplace send out invitations in outlook to everyone in the office as their means of scheduling time off (or out of the building). I want to have a record of these, so I know who is where, but I don't want to clutter up my primary Outlook calendar with them.
The solution I've been using for a while now is to have a secondary calendar and to move all these invitations to that calendar. Then, I can show/hide that one as necessary. The problem with this, however, is that I get "This meeting is not in the calendar" warnings when looking at the invitation, and if they update/delete the invitation, it can't find the correct event to modify.
Is there any way to make Outlook aware of the events that have moved to the secondary calendar?
I was using Outlook 2003, although I just upgraded to 2010. Email accounts are via Exchange 2010.