Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
FIGURE 11.21
Publishing your calendar to Microsoft Office Online.
Publishing a Calendar to a Web Server
Another way to make your calendar available to others is to publish it to a web server. Then,
anyone with access to that server can view your schedule using a web browser such as Internet
Explorer. You cannot publish a calendar to just any web server but only to one that supports the
WebDAV protocol (World Wide Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning). If a server is available
to you, your IT department will provide you with its location (URL) and your login information.
Once you have this information, you can publish your calendar as follows:
Make sure that you are in Calendar view.
In the navigation pane, right-click the calendar that you want to publish.
From the menu, select Publish to Internet.
From the next menu, select Publish to WebDAV Server. Outlook displays the Publish
Calendar to Custom Server dialog box as shown in Figure 11.22.
In the Location box, enter the location (URL) of the server.
Under Time Span, select the span of time that you want to be published.
From the Detail list, select the amount of detail to be included in the published calendar.
You can select Availability Only, Limited Details, or Full Details.
Select the Show Time Within My Working Hours Only option to limit the published
information to the times defined in Outlook as working hours.
Click the Advanced button to specify whether changes to your calendar will be uploaded
Click OK.
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