Migrating to Exchange

Calendar Single Appointments

To invite attendees to a migrated appointment, put their names into the Notes or Text property of the appointment. To make it easier for the user to send mail to the attendees or to add the attendees to the attendees list, use a semicolon to separate the names. The user can then copy the list of names into the To line of a message or to the attendees list, and then resolve them against the Address Book.

Calendar appointments can list outside attendees. Their unique MAPI ID is stored with the appointment and is used to verify responses to meeting requests. Without an attendee's MAPI ID, the display name cannot be added to the attendees list.


		Ring:   T
		AlarmAmount:	15
		Text:   "Attend training class."
		AlarmTypeUnit:  0
		AlarmAmountOriginal:	15
		BusyType:	 0
		Start:  3-5-1996 15:00
		End:	3-5-1996 17:00

		Where:  "Suzan Fine's office"
		Text:   "Meet with Suzan Fine about shifting contacts to new employees.\
Suzan Fine"
		Ring:   T
		AlarmAmount:	15
		Start:  3-5-1996 09:00
		BusyType:	 1
		End:	3-5-1996 10:30
		AlarmTypeUnit:  0

The following table describes the properties of SingleAppointments.

Property Values Description
AlarmAmount Integer Amount of time before meeting date to issue alarm.
AlarmTypeUnit 0 = Minute
1= Hour
2 = Day
3 = Week
4 = Month
Type of unit for AlarmAmount.
BeforeEnd T or F
Default = F
Alarm is set relative to end rather than to start of SingleAppointment.
BusyType 0 = Tentative
1 = Busy
If SingleAppointment should appear busy or tentative.
End (Required) mm-dd-yyyy hh:mm End date and time for SingleAppointment.
IsRecurringInstance T or F
Default = F
If SingleAppointment is instance of recurring series.
Notes Miscellaneous information Text appears on Notes property page for appointment.
Ring T or F
Default = T
If alarm was set for SingleAppointment.
Start (Required) mm-dd-yyyy hh:mm Start date and time for SingleAppointment.
Text   Description for SingleAppointment.
Text appears on calendar.
Where   Location for appointment.

Related Topics

Schedule Data Secondary Files Formatting the Migration Files