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Just upgraded a user from Office 2003 to 2007 and now a sub calendar that she had is not available in Outlook but is visible in OWA. Any suggestions on making it available for her in Outlook?


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This has a vote to send it to SuperUser but the way I see it this is very much an SF question as it relates to system administration. – John Gardeniers Dec 17 '09 at 21:26

I tried adding a shared calendar when first troubleshooting the problem and figured it wouldn't work because it wasn't a shared calendar. Well, needless to say, that didn't work. Also did not show up in folder list.

It seems as though it must have been a replication issue because it now is showing up after several hours.

thanks for the responses!

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Try the Go menu and then selecting Folder List.

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You could try adding a shared calendar. Go to the Calendar "tab" on the left, then select Open a Shared Calendar..., then type in the name of the calendar to add it.

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