Outlook Overview: Schedule meetings using Outlook Calendar

Applies to
Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003

introduction image Rounding up everyone for meetings doesn't have to be a complicated process that takes up as much time as the meetings themselves. Let the Calendar in Outlook share that work with you so you're free for more important things. And if anyone can't be there in person, use a Meeting Workspace, where people can participate by telephone and see online presentations and documents as they are discussed.

 Note   Many of these Outlook features require you to use Microsoft Exchange Server. Exchange Server is an e-mail–based collaborative communications server for businesses. For more information, see About Microsoft Exchange Server. Meeting Workspace requires Microsoft Windows® SharePoint® Services.

Let the Outlook Calendar be your meeting scheduler

Create meeting requests

Send out meeting invitations

Manage responses from meeting attendees

Participate as a meeting attendee

Make counterproposals for meeting times

Set reminders for meetings

Centralize meeting information and materials with Meeting Workspace

 
 
Applies to:
Outlook 2003