PSS ID Number: Q145706
Article last modified on 09-10-1999
If you are using the Microsoft Schedule+ 7.0 Windows Client and have never opened your Microsoft Schedule+ file, you will not have a 'username'.SCD file on your local machine. If you receive a meeting request, Microsoft Schedule+ will book the meeting for you and place it on your mail server's copy of your schedule.
When you open Microsoft Schedule+ for the first time you will be prompted to choose a name for your local '.SCD'-file. Upon viewing your new Microsoft Schedule+ file, the events booked prior to this that were placed on the server will not be visible.
In order to see events booked prior to first use, you should synchronize your '.SCD'-file with the server. [Synchronize Now] can be found by clicking on [Options] on the [Tools]-menu. Microsoft Schedule+ does not check the server for appointments made prior to the first use nor automatically synchronize the '.SCD'-files. A newly created '.SCD'-file will not prompt Microsoft Schedule+ to synchronize it with the server.
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