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Waco1

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First, I apologize for any following snarky attitude. I'm frustrated. I've wasted an entire morning trying to add resource calendars in Outlook 2010.

If you add it from your Calendar tab in Outlook, it shows up but doesn't update.

The manual says to add it from KOC, but KOC provides two interfaces: the plugin and the control panel module. There's no way to add calendars from either interface.

Another article says to add the mailbox from the Tools->Account Settings menu. There's no such menu on Outlook 2010, but that functionality can be accessed via Start-Control Panel-Mail->...

That's great: I can add the resources email folder, which is not quite as useful as say, a gasoline powered cat sweater.

How does one add a resource calendar in Outlook 2010?

If you point me at the manual, please TRY IT before you suggest it. The manual is wrong and/or incomplete.
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Vicky

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Hi Waco1,

Can you see the resource in Webmail? Because if you can you should also be able to see it in Outlook. The thing you have to remember about adding a resource to Outlook is that you have to treat it as if it were a user sharing a calendar out to you.

When it comes to subscribing to a resource calendar you have to attach it through KOFF as if it were a user shared a folder out to you. So you will need to right click on your mailbox in Outlook 2010->Properties->Folder Mapping->Configure->Other Mailboxes. Then the calendar will show up in the Calendar section of Outlook (just don't forget to tick it).

Anyway I hope this helps.

All the best,
Vicky
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Waco1

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Vicky Cinelli (Kerio) wrote on Fri, 06 September 2013 10:57
Hi Waco1,

Can you see the resource in Webmail? Because if you can you should also be able to see it in Outlook. The thing you have to remember about adding a resource to Outlook is that you have to treat it as if it were a user sharing a calendar out to you.

When it comes to subscribing to a resource calendar you have to attach it through KOFF as if it were a user shared a folder out to you. So you will need to right click on your mailbox in Outlook 2010->Properties->Folder Mapping->Configure->Other Mailboxes. Then the calendar will show up in the Calendar section of Outlook (just don't forget to tick it).

Anyway I hope this helps.

All the best,
Vicky


Yes, it was there in Webmail, but not in Outlook.

Restarting Outlook (and KOC) caused the calendar to magically appear. Looks like a one-off glitch to me.

I cleared the KOC cache and let the account resync, because that way, it looks to the user like I understand how Outlook "thinks". Rolling Eyes

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Vicky

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Hi Waco1,

I'm sure you understand how Outlook works completely Cool

Glad to hear that its all sorted.

All the best,
Vicky
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