Making All Events Private or Public

When you are sharing your Webmail calendar with other users, you may want to make all existing events either private or public. When an event is private, other users will see that the time is reserved, but all event information will be hidden.

    1. To make all existing events either private or public, click the arrow on the Calendar tab, and then select Calendar Manager.
    2. In the Personal Calendars box, click the Privacy link for your personal calendar.
    3. Indicate whether you want to make all events public or private. Private events will still appear as busy/reserved time on your calendar, but all event information will be hidden. Public events can be opened and viewed by all shared users.
    4. Click the Save button.
    
    Note: To make a single event either public or private, double-click the event and then check or clear the Private Event checkbox.
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