this is a public folder calendar? if so, you can set the view on it - look
at its properties.
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"John Gunningham" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hey all... going to describe this to the best of my ability... but its one
> of those 'a picture would be worth a 1000 words' deals.
> Outlook Calendar views.
> We have a calendar shared among our entire company. In that Calendar we
> wish to create a timeline view availbale to anyone with permissions to
> view the calendar. We have created this view called 'timeline' and it
> appears that it is available to users of that folder. Sort of.
> Its there, but in teh outlook calendar / shared calendar / views pane, the
> view will ONLY show up when the calendars are in a timeline state as
> opposed to the noraml day / month /year view where you can select multiple
> calendars at once. What I call the 'timeline state' is one where the
> calendar listings are without check boxes and only one calendar can be
> selected at a time. Then my timeline view shows up in teh views list for
> the applicable calendar.
> Otherwise (in the state where you can select multiple calendars from the
> list) the view listing does not change from my personal calendar view set,
> even when my personal calendar is unselected and the the company calendar
> is the only other calendar selected.
> Thats the history, here's the question: is there a way to force the
> 'timeline state' or, laternatively, force a way for a selected calendar to
> show it's views instead of a user's personal calendar when selected.
> Hope that makes sense (I know its an obscure problem) Any info or ideas
> would be greatly appreciated, thanks!