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  • Blog Post: Change first day of the week in Outlook (FirstDov) through automatic script!

    If you want to change the calendar Work Week for example from “ Sunday until Thursday” you can do that automatically by simple running the below sample script. We took some time and we wrote this sample code which will help you to deploy this to all your users, but before doing this please...
  • Blog Post: Understanding Meeting Updates

    Since working with the Outlook calendar, and more specifically with meetings, it is very likely that the majority of us have encountered situations in which updates to meetings are not triggering the same type of message. And what I mean by this is that depending on the type of changes that we make...
  • Blog Post: New Outlook Calendar best practices guidance for Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010, and Outlook 2013

    If you frequently work with meetings in Outlook, it is very likely that at some point you read the Outlook meeting requests: Essential do’s and don’ts article. However, you probably noticed that this older document only generally applies to newer Outlook versions. Over the last few years...
  • Blog Post: Conflicting permission sets when working with shared or delegated folders

    Outlook allows users to share folders so that others can interact with items in those folders. Additionally, a user can be configured as an Outlook Delegate, allowing him or her to manage specific tasks on your behalf, such as meeting related tasks. If another user grants you folder permissions (or makes...
  • Blog Post: The evolution of meeting notes in Outlook

    An Outlook meeting has a notes area that can be used to store information related to the meeting. Although it may seem very convenient to add notes directly into the meeting, there are few things that you should consider before you do this. The meeting organizer After you invite other people to...