Meeting updates in outlook not updating calendar
;-) Multiple calendars It was a very popular request to add support for multiple calendars and now the appointments shown in the pane will be selected from the configured list of calendars to choose from (see configuration below).As of now only those calendars under the "My Calendars" section will show up, and there are some timeout issues with accounts such as "public folders".
While there are separate packages for the 32-bit and 64-bit Admin Templates, this only applies to the Office Customization Tools (OCT) and not the policy templates themselves.Also they will show in the same font/color, so drop me a line on a suggestion to better show them, as I think the look and feel may be confusing with color categories.Configuration Configuration can be accessed now through the little gear icon in the calendar, to claim more space for items (after removing the buttons).This is not very polished and some bugs may come up, so please let me know and I'll try my best to fix them.Also suggestions are welcome (depending on my availability).I have implemented basic functionality, such as double-clicking the item to open it up (and in case of a recurring meeting to either open one or all of them): You can also right-click an item and select "Reply all with email" to create a new mail item with all recipients of the appointment (thanks Walter! Now you can delete appointments (whether one or multiple occurrences) directly from this pane, after a confirmation message is shown to the user: Synchronization is not 100%, so if you create or delete an appointment it will not automatically show up in the new list.
The list currently responds to date changes and number of upcoming days, so I've also provided a way to reload all appointments by clicking on the "today" link (the current date, next to the gear icon to open up the settings dialog).
Note: Office 2013 and Office 2016 policies are only supported on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016. This method describes how you can set Group Policies for clients in a corporate Active Directory environment.
Aside from installing the policy templates for your Office version(s), you’ll need the Group Policy Management Editor (GPMC) or the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) to edit and set the policies.
Some people suggest downloading it with different browsers as well (please read the issues and discussions lists).
If you don't unblock the file you'll get the following error: Upcoming appointments One of the things that I missed a LOT from 2010 was the ability to see upcoming appointments for the following days in the to-do task pane.
You can select the following options: - Number of days to show from the selected date onwards.