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Re: Re: Creating entries in an Outlook Calendarby Anonymous Monk
|on Apr 20, 2002 at 22:10 UTC||Need Help??|
Thanks for your reply, I appreciate the positive comments which have been posted.
It was in fact the node you refer to, 110503 which got me started.
The issue is that in our office we use Outlook 2000 and Exchange 2000 and we mainly have laptops.
We also have internet dial up accounts for external e-mails and working offsite.
This means that in Outlook, there are two sets of all the standard folders, inbox, outbox, calendar, drafts etc etc.
One set of folders is under an Outlook Today - Personal Folder, and therefore in a .pst file,
this is the default for all calendar entries. The others are under the Exchange mailbox.
I am trying to build a script which will copy all the calendar entries from the .pst file and place them into the Exchange Mailbox Calendar folder.
I have used the script posted in the node referenced, and it is working perfectly. So I know that I can extract the entries OK.
I am stuck on how to "reverse" the script so that I can write the entires into the Exchange Mailbox Calendar.
whilst this bit of code in the routine specifies the default outlook calendar folder, how can I specify the Exchange folder?
I have tried looking in the Outlook Object Model, but it just didn't make sense to me.
Any help, or nudges in the right direction would be most helpful!