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I had the same problem with Outlook 2010. Use the steps mentioned below, it works like a charm. Don't forget to enable all macros in Trust Center > Macro Settings. Create a Digital certificate for later Hit Start and type 'certificate', select 'Digital Certificate for VBA Projects' Enter a name for your certificate Done Open Outlook and hit Alt + F11 to ...
For Thunderbird 15.0 / Lightning 1.7 the following procedure works for me: Open the "Today Pane" ie. the Events panel on the right hand side next to the email list. Drag&Drop the ics-file onto that pane. In my case (Kubuntu 12.04) it will create the event. Hope this helps. N.B In Windows 7, you need to hold the CTRL key down while dragging the ICS ...
What you are looking for is the Recurrence button on the Appointment Series tab. When you click on the button it will bring up the recurrence details and you can change them.
I've done a lot of research for my own uses, and I revisit the options every now and then. What I've found is most of the calendaring solutions out there are actually pretty awful. It turns out that shared calendaring is really hard. I originally went with Google Calendar, and I much prefer it. Now I use Google Apps since I got a domain. I like that it is ...
Using regedit, browse to HKCU\Control Panel\International, look for the iFirstDayOfWeek key and set the value to 0 for Monday, 1 for Tuesday, 2 for Wednesday, etc ...
I use remind with mutt. I wrote a simple script that translates an Outlook calendar invitation to a remind event, appends the event to my ~/.reminders file, and opens vim with ~/.remind in one window and the invitation in another window for reference so that I can edit the remind event if desired. The script is invoked with a mutt macro. When I receive an ...
You can try like this: launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.CalendarAgent.plist If you want to make this permanent: launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.CalendarAgent.plist Hope it helps!
As promised above, here's my current answer to this question. In the "View" ribbon, click "View Settings" Click the "Filter..." option Choose the "Advanced" tab Add a rule on the Field "Frequently-used fields" > "Categories" Enter the Condition "doesn't contain" Enter the exact category name under Value Hit "Ok" to close the dialogs In the "View" ribbon, ...
There is no way. Our company tried escalating it to Microsoft directly. One thing people do here is assign it a more obnoxious sound, to help notice it. But Microsoft has told us it is by design.
In Outlook, go to Tools -> Options -> E-mail Options -> Advanced E-mail Options Uncheck "Delete meeting request from Inbox when responding" (3rd from the bottom)
The best answer I've found is here: How to get Outlook appointment reminders to pop up in front of other windows again using some simple VBA. It entails adding a few lines of simple VBA code to "ThisOutlookSession". Now, it pops up a window every time. Much better. Create a Digital certificate for later Hit Start and type ‘certificate’, select ...
Can't you just select both of the calendars on the left, then right-click and do View in Overlay Mode? Overlay Calendars in Outlook 2007 (like Google Calendar does)
I have had experiences with companies using Exchange and Gmail, here are my comments: Exchange (especially 2007) has many many many features, some of which you will never use. It can even manage voice mail integration. If you have >100 users, rely on email for your business or have any sort of complicated requirements such as shared folders, shared ...
In Outlook 2007, that would be: Tools Options... "Other" tab Advanced Options Reminder Options... Uncheck "Display the reminder"
I was wondering the same thing and just found something that works. If you view your calender in "month view" and have the "To Do" bar showing. (Mine is on the right side) You can drag the "task" item and drop it onto the correct day on your calender. Then when you print your calender all your appointments and tasks will appear together.
The short answer is "you can't". it's a feature. See this comment by outblog in July 07 http://blogs.msdn.com/outlook/archive/2007/06/21/introducing-the-to-do-bar.aspx#3652822 "We intentionally decided that the To Do bar for Outlook 2007 would work the way it does, it isn't a bug that all day events or multiple-day events don't show up, that was the design ...
Well if you don't mind using a web browser, I cannot recommend Google Calenders more. It has all that you need. If you use Chrome then you can set it up as an "Application" within chrome. http://www.google.com/calendar EDIT: As the question has been altered to say "Offline ideal" I would mention that Google Gears can be used to make it usable offline.
The benefits of Exchange are primarily seen in the Enterprise where the ability to centrally manage accounts is useful. It also provides a more integrated experience with Outlook of course.
Try davmail - it allows access to your exchange calendar via ical. The way I use it : configure davmail with my corporate outlook In thunderbird (I am to TB3 beta) , create a calendar (iCal) which points to the davmail configuration Now, I can access outlook via thunderbird. Not sure if this solves your problem, as it does not by default "syncs" to ...
When you sync your iPod touch using Google Sync, it should work just this way for you. If it can not find an internet connection, it should keep a local copy of its last update on your Touch. when it finds one, it should sync whatever you entered on your iPod with Google. You can find out more at ...
If you're willing to jump into Google with both feet, Google Calendar will let you do this. It's been a godsend for my wife and I. We both share (read-only) access to our personal calendars. We also have shared admin rights to a calendar for each of our children, the house, and local events (that we might wish to attend). We both also use Android devices, ...
In Outlook 2013, this is under Options -> Mail -> under "Send messages" Delete meeting requests and notifications from Inbox after responding. It seems trivial but takes long time to find it. Please see the screenshot: http://i.stack.imgur.com/s2Fpl.png
File -> Save Calendar. It saves the file as .ics which is the standard iCalendar file format used by the iCal app. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ICalendar Before you Save, click on MORE OPTIONS to change the Date Range and Details. Otherwise the default Date Range is "Today".
Go to your calendar. On the Ribbon click on "Share calendar". This generates a (special) email. Put in a recipient and then click the check box to request their permission to see their calendar. Optionally untick the one that shares yours with them. Hope this helps
this depends on your locale. you need to check LC_TIME change first_weekday from 1(sunday) to 2(monday) i just googled and this seems quite a comprehensive guide: From your home directory fire up a terminal, log in as root: sudo bash Make a copy of your locale file in your home directory cp /usr/share/i18n/locales/en_US en_US_modified ...
In Outlook Web Access(OWA), Under Options -> Calendar Options Uncheck the following checkboxes: Automatically place new meeting requests on my calendar, marked Tentative Move out-of-date meeting requests and responses to the Deleted Items folder
You can do this by scheduling the multiple meetings as meetings (not appointments) with yourself. Then, save each as a file (use a descriptive name) and attach them to an email that you send to people. The accept/reject options will be available for people to use, and people can just accept (and thus add to their calendar) the one they'll be attending. We ...
nthing Google Calendar, however I would pair it with Gminder. This will allow you to get reminders for your events, even if you're offline.
In 2007 there is an updated search mechanism at the top of the appointment book. You should be able to search by name in there. If that doesn't work, you can change the view. The best way is to add the "Advanced" toolbar (View menu --> toolbars --> Advanced). At the end of that toolbar is a drop down for views. The default view is "Day Week Month", but you ...
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