[personal profile] kyra_ojosverdes
... we won't discuss how long it's taken me to get this figured out.


To update a calendar stored in public folders on Exchange:

1. At a workstation (must have Outlook installed), log on. (I just ran this under my regular not-admin username w/o probs.)
2. Install/Run tzmove.exe
3. To the right of "Data File" dropdown, click "Custom"
4. Navigate to the calendar in the stored folder
5. Run the tool.

This must be done as a separate step for each calendar in a public folder.

Date: 2007-03-01 04:29 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] chrismm.livejournal.com
*nods* It's really not obvious--I could wish they'd called that button something besides 'custom'--what the hell does that mean?

Also, public folder rights are tricksy--it's not enough to just be administrator and have rights in Exchange that work for mailboxes. I've found it works best if I'm doing it as someone who is an owner of the calendar. Which, in the best of all possible worlds, the IT person would be one of the owners of all public folders? But management doesn't always like that... The EHLO blog has a tip in the last week or so for how to find out who owns the various public folders.

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