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This might be too late to help you guys but if your master page sets the compatibility to IE8 then this should solve your problem. It seems to mess up with anything above. EDIT: It actually seems to only mess up with IE 11


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Site settings, regional settings > Define your work week. Select the start day of the week as Monday.


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https://<server name>/owa/tsmith@fourthcoffee.com/?cmd=contents&module=calendar will give you the calendar, but it isn't accepted by Calendar Overlay in SharePoint.


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The simplest way is to make the Category display in one of the calendar mapped fields and add a CSS stylesheet either via Content Editor web part (one-off) or a CustomAction/DelegateControl (reusable). Provided a week or day view has subheadings displaying the category, a style that will be supported by most modern browsers is as follows: ...


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At first, you must create My site to all users. foreach($profile in $AllProfiles) { $AccountName = $profile[[Microsoft.Office.Server.UserProfiles.PropertyConstants]::AccountName].Value Try { if($profile.PersonalSite -eq $Null) { write-host "Creating personel site for $AccountName" ...


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The best way from my point of view is to add the users to an Active Directory Group. Then assign this AD group the requested permissions on the calendar and on the other site collection.


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In order to save someone else's time, this is a bug and has already been reported.


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The value of the category that you set in Outlook gets saved in a meta field in the SharePoint calendar item. By using the List web service GetListItems method, you can get hold of the category(ies) value by reading the field called ows_MetaInfo_Categories. The values get stored as a semi-colon separated string (eg. Category1; Category2), because a single ...


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My experience is with 2013, so that may make the information I'm sharing at least partially irrelevant. If I understand your question, you're looking for a programmatic way to access and update the category of a calendar item while it is at rest on the SharePoint server. A calendar is similar to any other list in SharePoint in that it's a row with defined ...


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In Advanced Settings for the calendar, you can specify Read access: Specify which items users are allowed to read Create and Edit access: Specify which items users are allowed to create and edit



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