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tsfreaks





PostPosted: Fri Feb 18 13:06:46 CST 2005 Top

Calendaring >> Calendar Labels

I know how to change the label names. Is there a way to set the same label
names on all my users machines so all labels will be the same? I would like
to do this through a GPO, but it appears there is no ADM template for this.
Any suggestions?

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Sue





PostPosted: Fri Feb 18 13:06:46 CST 2005 Top

Calendaring >> Calendar Labels Can't be done through GPO+ADM because the setting is not registry based and
it's a per-folder setting, not per-user.

It is possible, however, to script the setting of Calendar labels -- see
http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=757 .

--
Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
Author of
Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for
Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
http://www.outlookcode.com/jumpstart.aspx




>I know how to change the label names. Is there a way to set the same label
> names on all my users machines so all labels will be the same? I would
> like
> to do this through a GPO, but it appears there is no ADM template for
> this.
> Any suggestions?
>
>


 
 
Dave





PostPosted: Fri Feb 18 13:23:48 CST 2005 Top

Calendaring >> Calendar Labels Thanks Sue. I'm not a programmer, but will look it over. Is this something
that can be done in VBS? I'm teaching myself that right now.

Dave




> Can't be done through GPO+ADM because the setting is not registry based
and
> it's a per-folder setting, not per-user.
>
> It is possible, however, to script the setting of Calendar labels -- see
> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=757 .
>
> --
> Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
> Author of
> Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for
> Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
> http://www.outlookcode.com/jumpstart.aspx
>
>


> >I know how to change the label names. Is there a way to set the same
label
> > names on all my users machines so all labels will be the same? I would
> > like
> > to do this through a GPO, but it appears there is no ADM template for
> > this.
> > Any suggestions?
> >
> >
>
>


 
 
Sue





PostPosted: Fri Feb 18 13:27:51 CST 2005 Top

Calendaring >> Calendar Labels Yes, the sample code is VBA, because it's just easier to prototype there, it
could be converted to VBScript quite easily. Note the requirement for CDO
1.21.

--
Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
Author of
Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for
Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
http://www.outlookcode.com/jumpstart.aspx




> Thanks Sue. I'm not a programmer, but will look it over. Is this
> something
> that can be done in VBS? I'm teaching myself that right now.
>
> Dave
>
>


>> Can't be done through GPO+ADM because the setting is not registry based
> and
>> it's a per-folder setting, not per-user.
>>
>> It is possible, however, to script the setting of Calendar labels -- see
>> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=757 .

>>
>>


>> >I know how to change the label names. Is there a way to set the same
> label
>> > names on all my users machines so all labels will be the same? I would
>> > like
>> > to do this through a GPO, but it appears there is no ADM template for
>> > this.
>> > Any suggestions?
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
>
>


 
 
Dave





PostPosted: Fri Feb 18 13:52:07 CST 2005 Top

Calendaring >> Calendar Labels I looked over the code in your example. I'm lost. Guess I need to learn
how to program. How do you find out if you have CDO 1.21? I have Office
2003.




> Yes, the sample code is VBA, because it's just easier to prototype there,
it
> could be converted to VBScript quite easily. Note the requirement for CDO
> 1.21.
>
> --
> Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
> Author of
> Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for
> Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
> http://www.outlookcode.com/jumpstart.aspx
>
>


> > Thanks Sue. I'm not a programmer, but will look it over. Is this
> > something
> > that can be done in VBS? I'm teaching myself that right now.
> >
> > Dave
> >
> >


> >> Can't be done through GPO+ADM because the setting is not registry based
> > and
> >> it's a per-folder setting, not per-user.
> >>
> >> It is possible, however, to script the setting of Calendar labels --
see
> >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=757 .
>
> >>
> >>


> >> >I know how to change the label names. Is there a way to set the same
> > label
> >> > names on all my users machines so all labels will be the same? I
would
> >> > like
> >> > to do this through a GPO, but it appears there is no ADM template for
> >> > this.
> >> > Any suggestions?
> >> >
> >> >
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
>
>


 
 
Sue





PostPosted: Fri Feb 18 14:02:58 CST 2005 Top

Calendaring >> Calendar Labels Yes, as an admin, you shouldn't be thinking about running code against your
users' machines that you don't understand yourself.

You can run Office setup and look under the Outlook components to see if CDO
is installed.

--
Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
Author of
Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for
Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
http://www.outlookcode.com/jumpstart.aspx




>I looked over the code in your example. I'm lost. Guess I need to learn
> how to program. How do you find out if you have CDO 1.21? I have Office
> 2003.
>
>


>> Yes, the sample code is VBA, because it's just easier to prototype there,
> it
>> could be converted to VBScript quite easily. Note the requirement for CDO
>> 1.21.
>>
>>


>> > Thanks Sue. I'm not a programmer, but will look it over. Is this
>> > something
>> > that can be done in VBS? I'm teaching myself that right now.
>> >
>> > Dave
>> >
>> >


>> >> Can't be done through GPO+ADM because the setting is not registry
>> >> based
>> > and
>> >> it's a per-folder setting, not per-user.
>> >>
>> >> It is possible, however, to script the setting of Calendar labels --
> see
>> >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=757 .
>>
>> >>
>> >>


>> >> >I know how to change the label names. Is there a way to set the same
>> > label
>> >> > names on all my users machines so all labels will be the same? I
> would
>> >> > like
>> >> > to do this through a GPO, but it appears there is no ADM template
>> >> > for
>> >> > this.
>> >> > Any suggestions?


 
 
Dave





PostPosted: Fri Feb 18 14:34:15 CST 2005 Top

Calendaring >> Calendar Labels Thanks for everything Sue!




> Yes, as an admin, you shouldn't be thinking about running code against
your
> users' machines that you don't understand yourself.
>
> You can run Office setup and look under the Outlook components to see if
CDO
> is installed.
>
> --
> Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
> Author of
> Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for
> Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
> http://www.outlookcode.com/jumpstart.aspx
>
>


> >I looked over the code in your example. I'm lost. Guess I need to learn
> > how to program. How do you find out if you have CDO 1.21? I have
Office
> > 2003.
> >
> >


> >> Yes, the sample code is VBA, because it's just easier to prototype
there,
> > it
> >> could be converted to VBScript quite easily. Note the requirement for
CDO
> >> 1.21.
> >>
> >>


> >> > Thanks Sue. I'm not a programmer, but will look it over. Is this
> >> > something
> >> > that can be done in VBS? I'm teaching myself that right now.
> >> >
> >> > Dave
> >> >
> >> >


> >> >> Can't be done through GPO+ADM because the setting is not registry
> >> >> based
> >> > and
> >> >> it's a per-folder setting, not per-user.
> >> >>
> >> >> It is possible, however, to script the setting of Calendar labels --
> > see
> >> >> http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=757 .
> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>


> >> >> >I know how to change the label names. Is there a way to set the
same
> >> > label
> >> >> > names on all my users machines so all labels will be the same? I
> > would
> >> >> > like
> >> >> > to do this through a GPO, but it appears there is no ADM template
> >> >> > for
> >> >> > this.
> >> >> > Any suggestions?
>
>