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Calendar Browser is a groupware and should be installed in a shared server file folder and in a NEW Outlook folder. A minimal client tool should also be installed on each client. Multiple installations for resource grouping is supported.
For just testing the software, you can install it in any file folder and new Outlook folder of the type Mail and Post Items (not a calendar folder): except the Inbox.
The person who installs calendar browser must have write permissions over the server folder and be owner of the Outlook public folder/shared mailbox.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER INSTALLATION
Download the installation file CalendarBrowserSetup in .exe or .zip format.(Extract the .zip file.)
Create a Calendar Browser directory in any shared file folder on your server and save the file you downloaded: CalendarBrowserSetup.exe into it.
You can use either a UNC-path, such as \\servername\sharename, or a mapped drive, such as Y:.
From a client with Microsoft Office installed and Outlook closed, go into the folder where you put the CalendarBrowserSetup.exe and click the file to start the installation.
Select New Calendar Browser.
By default, the installer specifies the path to the folder where CalendarBrowserSetup.exe is placed and installs all the files there.
When prompted, select or create a new Calendar Browser folder in Outlook. It should be a public folder or shared mailbox of the type Mail and Post Items.
(When the installation is finished you may load Example data)
CALENDAR BROWSER CLIENT
During the server installation the Calendar Browser client tool is installed on the PC used for the installation.
From other machines where Calendar Browser should be used, go into the Calendar Browser server folder and run the file CBClientSetup.msi. Outlook should be closed when the client is installed. The installer is designed to be run by the local administrator.
For detailed instructions on this kind of client installation, refer to the Calendar Browser User Manual.
The file CBClientSetup.msi may also be used for a central installation of the Calendar Browser client tool, using Group Policy in Active Directory.
Calendar Browser is based on Microsoft Exchange server, and standard Exchange folder permissions are used.