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    OWA 2003 + Shared Calendars

    Hi,

    I have just found out that you can view a shared calendar through OWA 2003by adding /mailname/calendar. But is there any way that you can simplify that as when users go to that address there is no way of getting back to your own mailbox etc... Is there a way that a link can be created on the users mailbox page to link to that site.

    Some users would find this some what confusing as the only way back is by removing the mailname/calendar.

    Any ideas would be great.

    Faza

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    Have a look at this thread for a custom navbar:

    Custom Buttons outlook web access

    Or you could just create a shared calendar in a public folder and use that instead.

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    This link does not work anymore

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    I will need to test it at home as its blocked by our provider.
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    Ok Thanks

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    To go back from the shared calender which is /username/calender just replace it with /username/ of the user you want and that will go back to the main mailbox

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    Yes i know you can edit the URL, but i would like a button so it is similiar to Outlook.

    Thanks

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    Sorry i didnt respond sooner but heres the navbar:

    EDIT: Deleted Attachment as it was corrupt.
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    When i try to expand the zip file it says there are no files to extract.

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    OH FFS.. corrupted zip file.. heres the zip file again:
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    I’ve installed the java file and restarted IIS but I can’t see any extra buttons in OWA. According the readme I should be using premium client access mode but we have only ever used one mode here and I can’t tell which one that is.

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