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    outlook 2007 calendar to Live@Edu

    hi there,

    has anyone got any suggestions on how I can transfer a heavily populated calendar from outlook over to Live@Edu or is this going to be a manual entry job?

    thanks in anticipation.

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    You can import mailboxes from Outlook 2007/2010 to Live@Edu, but when I researched the same issue last week, it seems impossible to migrate calendars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    You can import mailboxes from Outlook 2007/2010 to Live@Edu, but when I researched the same issue last week, it seems impossible to migrate calendars.
    Is it just me or does the lack of calendar import function seem a bizarre omission!?!

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    Extremely bizarre and something Microsoft should include. Outlook allows exporting of calendars, so you'd think Microsoft would allow importing into Live@Edu.

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    With my test account I have exported the calendar to PST.

    I then opened up outlook on my stand alone machine and run through the setup to connect to my Live@Edu account. Once this connected I was then able to import the calendar PST file into my existing Live@Edu calendar. Happy days!

    AS PER THIS POST: http://community.office365.com/en-us...64.aspx#200564
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    I wonder if there are any differences between Live@Edu and Office365 platforms regarding the import of calendars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    I wonder if there are any differences between Live@Edu and Office365 platforms regarding the import of calendars?
    I don't think so to be honest but I maybe wrong!

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