Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
If you’re sharing an Exchange calendar, the message is an invitation to share the calendar. If
you’re sharing an imported calendar, the message includes the calendar as an attachment.
Address the message to the person with whom you’d like to share your calendar. If
you’d like to request that the person reciprocate by sharing his or her calendar with
you, select the Request permission to view recipient’s Calendar check box.
In the Details list, click the level of detail you want to share: Availability only ,
Limited details , or Full details .
Add any notes you want to in the content pane, send the message, and then click Ye s
in the Microsoft Outlook dialog box that asks you to confirm that you want to share
the calendar with the specified permissions.
After you share a calendar, you can specify the actions each person with whom you share
the calendar can take. On the Permissions page of the Calendar Properties dialog box,
which you display by clicking the Calendar Permissions button in the Share group on the
Home tab, you can select a permission level, which includes specific Read, Write, Delete,
and other settings, or you can select individual settings in each category.