As you create a meeting invitation using the Scheduling Assistant, you are able to see whether others are free or busy, but you won't be able to see any other information about their schedule (such as the meeting title, who is invited, or where it's taking place), nor are you able to view their calendar in the same ways you view your own.
But if someone has chosen to share their calendar with you, you'll be able to look at the items in more detail. There are several levels of access.
They can find instructions on how to share their calendar in various ways on our Sharing Your Calendar page.
If you've also been given rights to the person's email folders, DO NOT use the procedure listed here. Instead, use the steps listed on our Viewing Shared Email Folders page, which will also give you access to the person's calendar.
Use the following set of steps to view another person's shared calendar no matter what level of access you've been given to that calendar. Once you've done this, you'll see their calendar listed in the Navigation Pane every time you use Outlook. Remember that the other person must follow the steps on our Sharing Your Calendar page before you can follow the steps listed below.section of your
The person's calendar will now appear in under Shared Calendars in your Navigation Pane, and their calendar will be displayed side-by-side with yours. You can choose which calendars to have open using the checkboxes that appear next to each calendar's line in your Navigation Pane.
If the person has NOT shared their calendar with you, you'll notice that their calendar is entirely blank.