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Sorry, this is my first post and I'm not even sure if I'm posting it in the right place, but our CEO's secretary just got an iMac with Entourage 2008, and we have it linked directly to our exchange server (which works very well BTW). The problem I have is, she has access to his email but she wants to view her calendar in addition to his calendar all in one view. Is this even possible??? Thanks for any response..
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Check out this link to see if it helps you out:

http://www.csueastbay.edu/ics/exchan...e_calshare.pdf

If that does not work for you, you may want to consider using BusySync (http://www.busymac.com/) and use the Google Calendar.

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yea I looked at those and they are talking about sharing your own calendar, not really acquiring someone else's calendar(BTW, he's using exchange). I can add someone else's calendar but it makes it's own calendar. I wanted to see if you could mesh the 2 together. Maybe have one side his and the other hers, or different colored appointments, etc.. It may not even be possible, I just thought since it's easy to do in Office 2007, this would be roughly the same process, but no luck
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I don't think it's possible without switching identity. However if you both sync to a single external calendar, that may be a solution.

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I don't think it's possible without switching identity. However if you both sync to a single external calendar, that may be a solution.

yea that's what I thought, no biggie though, she'll just have to learn the "mac" way. Oh one more thing to add if anyone else asks, I did try to create the calendar, then drag it to her existing calendar with no luck
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Yes, Entourage can only show one calendar per window.

You can open a second window (File > New Main Window) and show the second calendar in that...which is great if she has two monitors (or one really big one) but not so convenient on a smaller display.

It should be possible to overlay a delegate calendar using iCal by purchasing GroupCal. iChat's calendar display has much better support for multiple calendars than Entourage or even Outlook...but at present GroupCal does not support Mac OS X 10.5.
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