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    How do i change the name of a calendar in exchange?

    what it says above, the receptionist (who has left) named the reception calendar with her name and it needs to be renamed something a bit better!
    any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbird View Post
    what it says above, the receptionist (who has left) named the reception calendar with her name and it needs to be renamed something a bit better!
    any ideas?
    Isn't a calendar named after the account that it's attached to?

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    no sure,
    because we have a school calendar - so im assuming they are separate.

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    But the calendar, even a shared one such as yours, must be attached to an account somewhere, surely?

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    which version of exchange?? i know in 2007 there is a public folders database which is seperate from the mailboxes which i believe holds the calendars as well as publicly accessible folders.

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    If it is against a user account try logging on as that person and exporting the calendar. It can then be imported elsewhere.

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