The calendar in Outlook and Outlook Web App
With Uppsala University's new email system, Exchange, you can not only manage your email, but also share your calendar. With the common calendar, it is now easier to book appointments for meetings, because you can see your colleagues' availability and busy time.
- Add a calendar
- Book a room and equipment
- Calendar Permissions
- Changing the default settings
- Computer, mobile and tablet - access to Exchange
- Importing Google Calendar
- Meeting request
- New calendar
- Send calendar by e-mail
- Share calendar
- Subscribe to a Google Calendar
Need more help
Finding answer to your questions on Microsoft's help pages.
- Client functionality in Exchange
- Local IT information
- Managing mobile devices
- Settings and access Exchange server email program and mobile devices
- Contact Information email address, telephone number, department, etc. to all users who have an Exchange account at Uppsala University.
- Outlook 2010 Windows
- Outlook 2011 Mac OS
- Outlook Web App
- iOS 7 - 8
Outlook Web App (OWA)
Guides for Exchange calendar
Book a room and equipment
It is still TimeEdit which is the university booking resource, but some rooms/equipment is not included in TimeEdit.
The following guide shows how to book a room and equipment eg bicycle, car, computer etc. in Exchange
Send calendar by e-mail
This guide describes how to send your calendar as an Internet Calendar to an email recipient, and maintaining control over how much information should be shared. Your calendar information is displayed in the e-mail message body as an Internet Calendar attachment that the recipient can open in Outlook. You can do it in two ways and the result is the same.
Subscribe to a Google Calendar
You can subscribe to calendars posted on Google Calendar. By subscribing to an Internet Calendar you make sure your Outlook copy of your Google Calendar is updated. Outlook periodically checks for updates on the Google Calendar and, if available, they are transferred to the calendar copy in Outlook.
|Lars-Eric Klinthage |
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