We are using Outlook 2010/Exchange 2010 (fully updated)
One of our business administrators would like to share his calendar with his staff to the point where they can view the color categories he has assigned to his appointments. That being said, he would rather not have them be able to view the details
of his appointments. The only way that I've been able to allow others to see his coloring scheme is to grant them "full details" access to the calendar.
Is there an option somewhere between "Free/Busy time, subject, location" and "full details" that would allow his categories to be shared without the rest of the meeting details?
I've already suggested he grant "full details" access to his staff, and mark sensitive appointments "Private", but he would prefer not to have to do that if possible.
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