MS Outlook to Desktop

GMeagle86

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Is there a way (free?) to put my calendar I keep in MS Outlook 2003 on my desktop? Maybe it could be an active desktop item? Have any of you done this? Thanks
 
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GMeagle86 said:
Is there a way (free?) to put my calendar I keep in MS Outlook 2003 on my desktop? Maybe it could be an active desktop item? Have any of you done this? Thanks
I think there might be.Try The Tweaking Experience, I was able to put a shortcut direct to the sticky notes in Outlook on my desktop by using this tweaking program.
 

Mainframeguy

Debiant by way of Ubuntu
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GMeagle86 said:
Ok, Thanks. I see how to do that.
Any ideas about the Calendar in Outlook
I'd still look into Rainlendar - maybe a way to link it up to outlook and get the same effect (ask the guy who developed, he'll know) - see here
 

Smoke286

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I tried out Rainlender, it works fine and intigrates with my Outlook Callender seemlessly, the only thing is I cant figure out how to get it to run on Windows startup
 

dreamliner77

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#12
1) there is an option for for rainlender to start on startup, right click rainlender>config...

2) You could also put a shortcut to rainlender.exe in your startup folder.
 

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