This becomes more difficult and you could quickly find yourself lost on how to complete this task. The following article will explain a common method of moving pre-existing Microsoft Outlook calendars to a new Share Point calendar list.
So, everyone knows that Share Point has a calendar list type that is defined and ready to use, out of the box.
Figure A Figure B Notice that not only did the Share Point list come over, but it marked the items complete and overdue just as it would with an Outlook task list (Figure C).
By viewing the Share Point task list in Office 2007, it instantly becomes more relevant.
Figure C To update the Share Point task list from within Outlook 2007, click New in the upper-left corner of the Share Point list to add a new task (Figure D). Figure D Return to your Share Point list and refresh the screen to see that the task was added (Figure E).
Figure E Now open the task in Share Point to edit it (Figure F). Figure F Finally, return to your Outlook list and hit the F9 key to refresh the Tasks folder to see that the changes are synced (Figure G).
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You can share your Outlook calendar on your Share Point team site by syncing the calendar and associated libraries with a calendar on the Share Point site.To share your Outlook calendar on your Share Point site, first create a new calendar on Share Point.After you create the new calendar, click the “Calendar” tab in the Calendar tools, and then click the “Connect to Outlook” or “Sync to Outlook" icon.Hopefully you know that with Microsoft Office Outlook 20, you can read the Share Point calendar from Outlook.And with Outlook 2007, you have full, two-way synch and offline access to Share Point calendars, giving you a true “group calendar” functionality that can replace other tools including Microsoft Exchange public calendars.