If you know the names of other calendars on a network, you can use Calendar to browse those calendars. A practical example is to set up a meeting or appointment for several people. You can use Calendar to check for free times.
To browse other calendars and possibly to insert an appointment, you need:
The calendar names in the form calendar-name@hostname, such as kent@dailyplanet
To add calendars to the Browse list
To determine if you have access to other calendars
Calendar doesn't yet provide a way for you to look up other calendar names. Call or talk to people and get them to tell you their calendar-name@hostname information.
By default, Calendar allows the "world" (all users) to have browse permission. Only the calendar owner has insert and delete permission. To change access and permissions, see "Changing Access and Permissions".
Type calendar-name@hostname in the User Name field.
Click Add Name.
Select a calendar name in the Browse list.
Click Remove Name.
To delete the calendar from the Browse list and close the dialog box, click OK.
To delete the calendar and leave the dialog box displayed, click Apply.
To erase your changes and leave the dialog box displayed, click Reset.
To erase your changes and close the dialog box, click Cancel.
Choose Compare Calendars from the Browse menu.
Select one or more entries in the Browse list that you want to check for access.
Click Schedule to open the Group Appointment Editor.
Look at the Calendar Access list.
The Calendar Access list displays the calendar names that you selected in the Compare Calendars dialog box.
A "Y" in the Access column means you have insert access. An "N" means you don't.
To add appointments or To Do items to other calendars, ask the owners to grant you insert access. To find out how to grant or deny access to your calendar by others, see "Changing Access and Permissions".