Ready, Set, Publish! Internet Calendaring in Outlook 2007

Internet Calendar Publishing in Outlook 2007 I talked about Internet Calendar Subscriptions in Outlook 2007 in an earlier post. I would now like to talk a bit about actually publishing Internet Calendars. Internet Calendar Publishing in Outlook gives users the ability to publish personally-created Outlook calendars on the Internet, and start sharing them with others….

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Internet Calendaring: Q&A time…

There were some great questions in the comments to my previous post about Internet Calendar Subscriptions in Outlook 2007. I wanted to answer those before I go on to talk about Internet Calendar Publishing in Outlook 2007. – Can “However, the downloaded calendar will not be updated automatically when the original calendar is changed.” So…

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Internet Calendar Subscriptions – Part 1

This post is coming to you courtesy of Can Comertoglu, our Outlook PM in charge of our Internet Calendaring experience.  The new Internet Calendar functionality falls under the Sharing experience for Outlook 2007, so I’ve asked Can to take a few posts and discuss it with all of you here on the Search.Subscribe.Search blog.  I…

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Gettin’ crafty with reading RSS feeds

There are several cool ways you leverage Outlook’s folder management and search infrastructure to improve the way you view RSS feeds inside the application.  They range from the simple, like creating subfolders, to the complex, like using search folders to find key terms.  Here’s a look at some of the ways I use these techniques…

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On the Ribbon…

Let me start by saying I appreciate all of the feedback that everyone has been throwing my way on the “Share Me” post from a few days ago.  Much of the feedback has centered on the new “Ribbon” interface which is shown in a screenshot in my post.  One of the challenges that comes from…

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Simple Sharing Extensions

This has been around a bunch, but I figured I would give it due dilligence and post a link to the MSDN article that describes the infrastucture and provides examples: http://msdn.microsoft.com/xml/rss/sse/ It’s VERY cool technology that I’ve had the opportunity to mess around with, and it’s potential to be a very slick and simple transport…

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