10 Replies Latest reply: Jun 29, 2010 4:24 PM by Christoph Pichler RSS

Disabling SAP Calendar in Outlook

Casey Claiborn
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Hello all,

 

Currently, SAP Calendar is enabled in Outlook. This plug-in / add-on needs to be disabled though :-|

 

What can one do to complete this task?

 

Thanks and best regards, Casey

  • Re: Disabling SAP Calendar in Outlook
    Gordon Du
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    Hello Casey,

     

    SAP Calendar in Outlook is essential for synchronization between B1 and OI.  I don't think you could or there are any benefits to disable it.

     

    Thanks,

    Gordon

  • Re: Disabling SAP Calendar in Outlook
    Casey Claiborn
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    Thanks for responding.

     

    1. What is "B1" and "OI"

    2. I am not using these items and would still like to disable it. Can this be done?

     

    Best regards.

    • Re: Disabling SAP Calendar in Outlook
      Gordon Du
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      B1 means SAP Business One and OI means Outlook Integration.  You ARE using them.  I don't know why you want to disable it.  If you don't want them, you may uninstall your OI Add-on.

      • Re: Disabling SAP Calendar in Outlook
        Casey Claiborn
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        Outlook Integration is a Microsoft product (or some kind of component associated with Microsoft)

         

        Why must I disable a Microsoft component in Microsoft Outlook in order to remove references to a SAP product (B1)?

         

        If I install Microsoft Outlook from scratch, the SAP product will not be a part of it.

         

        Is there not a way to remove the SAP product from Microsoft Outlook? Once it is in there, there is no way to take it out?

         

        I synch the Outlook with my Blackberry.

         

        EVERY TIME I do this, I get MANY pop-ups (I would say at least 50) stating that it cannot find some kind of file(s) associated with the SAP Calendar. This is VERY frustrating.

         

        The only thing I did was install the SAP GUI. I did not know that performing this action would cause problems with the Microsoft Outlook.

         

        Again, I don't use SAP Calendar - AT ALL. I don't use anything in the MS Outlook for SAP - AT ALL.

         

        If I don't use it, why should I be forced to deal with it?

         

        The only way I can think of to keep this from happening is to disable all references to the SAP Calendar in MS Outlook. Then, maybe, I will be able to synch my Blackberry without such a big headache.

         

         

        TIA

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