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In Preferences → Advanced → General → Config Editor..., input calendar.registry.*.color to the search text box and you'll find the settings you want to edit. To tell which one is for which calendar, search for calendar.registry.*.name.


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In Outlook 2013, I changed the time of a meeting request sent by someone else. This is the prompt you will receive: This creates an exception to the recurring meeting and the changes are only local to you. If the meeting requestor updates the meeting, that will overwrite whatever local changes you have made. This assumes the meeting requester is also ...


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The answer is not in the Options window or even the messages pane. It was tucked away in the Views ribbon with some other options that are exclusive to the window. It should be noted that you need to enable the Outlook Social Connector 2013 add-on for this trick to work. I had just disabled several extensions, but luckily I had kept this one. Once this ...


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I ran to the same problem with Calendar (IE11, MS Office 2010). Setting Local intranet sites didn't help. But the MS support site referred by @Raystafarian contains simple and working solution for me: Kamil Gozdek on 11/22/2013 at 5:43 AM Use compatibility view and forms opens normally.


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Here are two simple steps to save a meeting form and make it your default. NOTE: I'm using Outlook 2010, so things may look a little different. First, you need to modify the meeting form and save it. Open a new meeting Click the Developer tab (if you don't have this, see source 1 below) Choose Design this form on the Developer ribbon Type your email ...


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View permission should not work like this. Check whether they are delegates.


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For meeting invites coming into your inbox from other people, you can set up a rule that triggeres when a meeting invite comes to your inbox and have it forwarded to your outlook.com account. This does not solve the problem you mention all the way, but between the CharlieRB's method and this one, you should cover most of your event woes.


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If your Outlook 2013 is hosted by Office 365 (Exchange Online), you can publish your Calendar. Your Outlook.com can possibly subscribe to it. The changes are not real-time and you may receive read-only updates once a day.


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You can use the Quick Step feature to create a meeting template. Click Create New Name it what you wish Click the Choose an action drop down Scroll down to and select New Meeting In the To: box add your email address Click Finish This new Quick Step now appears in the ribbon. Simply click it once to create a new meeting with your email already ...


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No, there is no way in Outlook to include custom replies based on the free/busy schedule types. You can auto accept/decline meetings as a checkbox option under file, options. You can also auto decline meetings that are already taking place during that time. You do not have an option to include any personal communication with this decline. If you try to ...


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Same as Gullu's anwer above but with change to accommodate different window title: Private Declare PtrSafe Function FindWindowA Lib "user32" (ByVal lpClassName As String, ByVal lpWindowName As String) As Long Private Declare PtrSafe Function SetWindowPos Lib "user32" (ByVal hwnd As Long, ByVal hWndInsertAfter As Long, ByVal X As Long, ByVal Y As Long, ...


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One possible solution may be found in the article Fix for When Clock, Volume, Power or Network Icons are Missing and Grayed Out in Windows Vista Open up regedit.exe through the start menu search or run box, and then browse down to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer. If you see any of the ...



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