Automated Calendar Move


We are using Exchange 2000 Server. We have a public folder which contains an
office calendar. I would like to keep about 3 months of calendar information
in the office calendar and than have it automatically move anything older
than 3 months to an archived type folder in a seperate area of the public
folder.

Is this possible and if so how can I do this?


Sponsored Links:



Hi, I am looking for a product to automate mailbox moves inter-site does anyone have any recommendations ?




Outlook 2003 calendar moves some appointments one hour ahead! For example
appointment made last week at 12:00pm, this week would show up at 1:00pm!
Note that it does not do it with all appointments and mainly would happen
around noon! I have checked the time zone, run virus scan. This pc is a
stand alone




Hi Guys, I am hoping that you could suggest something other than shooting the user.......

Someone has managed to move the calendar item into a folder away from its original location.  Having tried to move it back the standard error of special items cannot be moved has appeared.  We have been told he moved in using OWA but I cannot see how  and would really like to know if:

A: it is possible to move the calendar in OWA
B: How can we move it back

Thanks in advance.




Hi

Can I anyone explain how I can automate the export of my calendar to a CSV
(windows) file?




"Dave Horne" wrote in message
...

I'm using Outlook 2007 and once in a great while I accidentally move a
Calendar item to another day, a day I did not intend to.

Is there a way to have a prompt - 'Are you sure you want to move this?' ...
or something like that?

You really should ask calendaring questions in
microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring. I've set the followup.




If you move a calendar item in Outlook there is no Undo facility.

Had a case where a secretary accidentally dragged a calendar item in her
bosses calendar, and although she realised straight away, she didn't know
where she had moved it from. She had to contact the external people he was
meeting with in order to find out what the time the meeting was supposed to
be at.

[Haven't tested 2007 yet :-)]

----------------
This post is a suggestion for Microsoft, and Microsoft responds to the
suggestions with the most votes. To vote for this suggestion, click the "I
Agree" button in the message pane. If you do not see the button, follow this
link to open the suggestion in the Microsoft Web-based Newsreader and then
click "I Agree" in the message pane.

http://www.microsoft.com/office/comm....calendari ng




I'm using Outlook 2007 and once in a great while I accidentally move a
Calendar item to another day, a day I did not intend to.

Is there a way to have a prompt - 'Are you sure you want to move this?' ...
or something like that?

Thanks, Dave Horne




Our company is based in Indiana and in case you haven't heard, on April 2, we
will officially be going to Daylight Savings Time. We have tested this
switch on some of our computers and have noticed that any appointment that is
on our calendar after April 2, will move to a different time when we change
our time zone to reflect DST. We already have some people with appointments
and meeting in April and on from there. We have over 500 people in our
company and not all of them are great with computers so expecting us to go pc
to pc or allow the users to change their own is not much of a reality for us.
We have contacted Microsoft, but they haven't given us any options outside
of going pc to pc. Is anyone else experiencing this same problem or have in
the past that could help us out?

Thanks in advance.




Can someone help me to get a code(any language) to automate below mentioned
tasks?

1.Select Calendar Options, and under Calendar options, click Add Holidays.
2.Select the check box next to 'South Africa' . You may Uncheck other Boxes
as necessary. You may add holidays of other countries by checking the box as
needed.

Regards,
Zamsheer




I'm using Outlook 2007 and once in a great while I accidentally move a
Calendar item to another day, a day I did not intend to.

Is there a way to have a prompt - 'Are you sure you want to move this?' ...
or something like that?

Thanks, Dave Horne




"Dave Horne" wrote in message
news:%237GZFTIuJHA.4928@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...

> I'm using Outlook 2007 and once in a great while I accidentally move a
> Calendar item to another day, a day I did not intend to.
>
> Is there a way to have a prompt - 'Are you sure you want to move this?' ...
> or something like that?

You really should ask calendaring questions in
microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring. I've set the followup.




Can someone help me to get a code(any language) to automate below mentioned
tasks?

1.Select Calendar Options, and under Calendar options, click Add Holidays.
2.Select the check box next to 'South Africa' . You may Uncheck other Boxes
as necessary. You may add holidays of other countries by checking the box as
needed.

Regards,
Zamsheer




I'm using Outlook 2007 and once in a great while I accidentally move a
Calendar item to another day, a day I did not intend to.

Is there a way to have a prompt - 'Are you sure you want to move this?' ...
or something like that?

Thanks, Dave Horne




Many people say you cannot change the organizer of the event. This is untrue. You can, but it is not easy.
For a single event:
Download from Original as iCAL, open in text editor, findreplace the organizer section, upload to new organizer, cancel from old organizer without message, send updates from new organizer; alternatively, cancel from old organizer with message about the change await response, send from new organizer, await response.

For multiple, you'll have to do the same with all of them, or download all to a single ical file with a shell box (an equipment mailbox you create to pack them all together). If an entire calendar needs to be moved, just output it all as an ical from that box. Then use a text editor to findreplace all the "Organizer" entries with "Me" as the organizer (or the new email address), and upload to the new organizer. Now you can update them all as necessary. I suggest you waste a day and send up to two months of updates for that new organizer. Then do this again once every month until the calendars are all caught up. You may have to move the times and locations, but this isn't difficult. And at least you can move them.

If you want to have multiple organizers use google, or you can try this:
set up a shell ID (equipment mailbox) for each group of organizers, and give all group members send-as permission, as well as full access permission, and set a delegate or delegates who will receive responses (the whole group?). This will allow them all to make changes to the event and send the updates to themselves. (if they send as a member of a group, they send as the ID of the Group or the Shell ID; so they still get the message in their own box and can add it to their agenda, but no need to really). This logic can make or break you. Set the auto-attendant and other settings right, and it'll make your job security.




Can someone tell me how to have a calendar in a public folder, accept an email from a change management tool, and turn it into an automated calendar entry?




Hi, I am looking for a product to automate mailbox moves inter-site does anyone have any recommendations ? Thx




My new computer has Outlook 2003. With my old comptuer and Windows 98 I used
to be able to go into Word using the template OlCalndr.dot and it would
automatically turn my Outlook calendar into a word document. I terribly miss
this ability. Does anyone know how to do the same thing with Word 2003 and
Office Outlook 2003? I tried to use the same template with the new computer
but I get a message "Outlook must be running and have a valid calendar folder
selected."




I am trying to create a macro in Outlook 2000, which I can link to a toolbar
button in Outlook 2000. The macro will export my Outlook calendar to a csv
file on my hard drive. Is this possible?

Many thanks in advance.
--
Richard




I view my calendar and two internet (shared) calendars side by side.
I use Move Up and Move Down in list to position them from left to right, but
when I close and open OL 2007, the calendars move back to ther oringinal
positions. Is there any way to always display my calendar on the left and
position the other two permanently?

Thanks for any help.