How to use VBA to create recurring appointments in Outlook that have two patterns, such as first and fourth Monday.
One (very justified) complaint about Outlook recurrence patterns is that there is not a pattern for Every xx weekday (Monday - Friday). You can create appointments for specific days of the week, but the every xx days pattern includes Saturday and Sunday. The solution: a macro that copies the appointment details to a new appointment.
A favorite request is the ability to see what dates a recurring appointment or meeting is scheduled for. You can use VBA to create a list of all dates in an recurring appointment or meeting.
This Outlook macro removes the need to export and import using Excel or CSV files when you want to end a recurring appointment that has exceptions early (or add an end date.)
When you create a recurring appointment or meeting in Microsoft Outlook for every 2 weeks or more, Outlook begins counting "this week", even if the day is past.
How to end a recurring appointment or cancel future events in a recurring meeting and keep any exceptions (including notes in individual occurrences or appointments/meetings moved to different dates).
Recurring appointments are a problem for many users: you can't end a series without losing exceptions and no one can cancel meetings created by users who no longer have a mailbox. For this reason, we always recommend using a recurrence period of no more than a year.
An Outlook user reports the following bug in Outlook 2010 against Exchange server (any version). "I am using Outlook 2010. When I delete an occurrence of an item from a public folder calendar, the entire series is removed. The steps I follow to reproduce this are: right click on calendar item, select delete, then select
"I have done as you suggested by copying the entries from my calendar in my .pst folder to my calendar in the new profile but one thing that I noticed is that the recurrence settings do not copy over. I have to go back to each entry in the new profile calendar that should have