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FindTime is an Office 365 add-in from Microsoft that allows you to take the work out of trying to schedule meetings with a number of people, either inside or outside of the University. Learn how to install Microsoft FindTime for Outlook/Office 365.
Instructions to add the University academic dates and statutory holidays calendar to Outlook 2013.
Instructions to make the calendar permissions button in Outlook for Mac 2016 visible
Adding University academic dates and holidays to my calendar
Error "Policy does not allow granting permissions at this level to one or more of the recipient(s)" when sharing calendar in Outlook for Windows client.
Most likely you have multiple accounts set up on your device, and another account's calendar is configured as your default calendar. Follow the steps included to fix this.
In order for you to see all details of the room bookings, you must have full admin access to that room. Only local room administrators are permitted to have full access to a particular room calendar.
Instructions for importing various holidays, such as Canadian, U.S. state holidays, or Jewish, Islamic, etc. religious holidays.
Delegate Access goes beyond just sharing access to your folders or calendar. Delegates are granted additional permissions, such as creating email messages or responding to meeting requests on your behalf.
There are two different ways to grant someone access to your calendar in Outlook 2013. The first method allows you to grant one of the three predefined levels of access and send e-mail notification to this person at the same time. Method number two, provides you with greater control and granularity over the access level for each person. We recommend that you use method number one to grant access initially, then method number two to further refine access level and other related settings.
There are two ways to work with another person's Outlook folders, such as Calendar, — folder sharing and Delegate Access.