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Copying Calendar

Copying Calendar

Copying Calendar

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This is not going to be easy without a visual aid!

I have a client who can launch his calendar from the toolbar.  What he wants to do is to re-create a folder for it in the “left” side of Groupwise, (the column that shows all of the ‘folders’ in Groupwise.)

He has created a folder and has ‘a’ calendar in it, however it is a different calendar.   Any suggestions?

Steve

Home: SRFlanigan@home.com
Work: Steve@regionalinternetmedia.com

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RE: Copying Calendar

The two views of the calander are completely seperate. The one you can create in the folders list is just a view of calender tasks. The calender ran from the toolbar is almost a seperate program. I don't know of anyway to run the toolbar version from the folders option. Wouldn't have thought it was possible.

Lee Smith
Xenon Network Services
Snr. Technical Support
LSmith@xenon-uk.co.uk

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