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    Exchange and SIMS

    Hi, I was just wondering if anyone has found a way of getting students timetables from SIMS into the calendar on outlook when people use outlook or ourlook web access.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Hi Josh,

    Have you got anywhere with this?

    I'm looking at exactly the same thing as of this afternoon!

    Cheers,

    Peter

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    It's a bit outside of my comfort zone, but I would hazzard a guess that this isn't possible.

    I can see it being possible in theory to make use of the export routines available via Capita Web Parts if you have a SharePoint system running which utilises shared calendars, but it would take a genuis coder to be able to make seamless links between individual pupil sims records and individual pupil exchange calendars (....if i've understood you correctly!)

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