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    Outlook Periods

    Quick question - has anyone ever managed to change the periods in the Outlook Calander to match their school periods and remove the hourly segments?

    I have been told both that it is possible and that it is not possible, but I have never found anyone who has followed through with it.

    It would be brilliant if it can be done so I can make an old booking program obsolete and use resources within Exchange.

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    I don't think it's directly possible, but what you could do is script a handler for adding new items to the calendar, or creat a scripted custom "new event/task" button that manages the input and selects the right timeslot for you.

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