Accurate data is essential to getting the most out of your calendars in Outlook.
Without it, you may miss important meetings and other business appointments.
When you click Calendar in the navigation pane, you'll see a list of My Calendars (those in your mailbox) and Other Calendars (from Windows Share Point Services—WSS—sites or other Exchange users' mailbox Calendar folders that you've viewed).
The trick to adding a public folder calendar to the Other Calendars list is to switch to the folder list and drag the calendar folder to your Public Folder\Favorites area.
The public folder calendar automatically becomes available in the Other Calendars list.
Microsoft has a hotfix designed to solve this problem. The public folder calendar automatically becomes available in the Other Calendars list.
Voting buttons work in all versions of Microsoft Outlook to let you easily collect responses to questions (e.g., where to have dinner or which image to put on a T-shirt).
Simply open a new message, click Options, and select the "Use voting buttons" check box.
Also double-check that the information displayed in the Server Information section is correct.
The fact that meeting invites aren't displaying in your calendar may be the result of a temporary glitch in Outlook.