microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring - Microsoft Office Outlook
Is it possible to configure Outlook to automatically merge a personal calendar with a Shared calendar when changes are made? For example if you add an appointment to your personal calendar Outlook will automatically update your selected shared calendar with this appointment too. Thank you
I am working on a system to replace the Outlook 2003 default Reminder form. I have the form working fine now but I am running into an unexpected problem. When a Reminder fires, my new Reminders UserForm pops up and I can view all active reminders. I have copied the information from all active reminders into a parallel array that I browse and edit as needed. My current intent is to update the Snooze value before the default Reminder has a chance to be displayed. But my problem is that the even though my Reminders UserForm pops up, so does the Outlook 2003 default Reminder form. How can stop the Outlook default Reminders form from popping up? I tried using a pause type of routine in the ThisOutlookSession module and that sort of worked. But then a problem comes when I am ready to update the changes to the Reminders Objects. I am not allowed to use the .Snooze parameter because the Reminder is not yet visible--the .IsVisible parameter returns false. And since the Reminder is not yet displayed and therefore not yet visible, I can't change the .Snooze() value. If I understand what is happening, then it makes me feel like a dog chasing it's tail. :( I don't want to see the default reminders pop up form but I also can't change the NextReminderDate unless the default reminders are visible. And if I understand how Reminders are changed, the NextReminderDate parameter cannot be changed directly. The ONLY way to change the next time the Reminder will pop up is by recalculating and modifying the .Snooze value. I am sure I must be doing something wrong. And my best guess so far is that it has something to do with the way I am calling my replacement Reminder UserForm routines. I see something in Help that points towards setting up a Class Module with code something like: Public WithEvents objReminders As Outlook.Reminders Sub Initialize_handler() Set objReminders = Application.Reminders End Sub Sub objReminders_ReminderFire(ByVal ReminderObject As Reminder) 'Opens the item when a reminder executes ReminderObject.Item.Display End Sub Is that what part of what I should be doing? If not, then what? And ideas or suggestions sincerely appreciated! Bill Molony
They would need to have the events in their own calendars to receive the reminders. When you create these events try mailing them to the people that need to be reminded. "Simon" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message news:#tOZCc$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM ... I am trying to set-up a central calendar for one of our departments to store their important events/dates. I would like these appointments to kick off reminders that are forwarded to certain people in order for them to be notified. I cannot seem to see any options for reminders to be forwarded but the Delegates option does have a tab that says "delegate recieves copies of meeting related messages sent to me". I have done a test appointment but it still does not forward the reminder. Does anyone know of a way of accomplishing this? any advice greatly appreciated.
I want to be able to automatically create birthday appointments in my Outlook calendar after I add the details of the contact on the "birthday" and "anniversary" fields.