Outlook 2016 calendar appointments not updating
You can of course add these later either via the EMC or via EMS: Press Next, then after confirming the details, press New.
After completion you’ll see a warning that lets you know calendar publishing is enabled for this policy: Press Finish and we’re all done.
The end user can publish a calendar with a “public” URL that is searchable.
The other option is a “restricted” URL with an obfuscated URL.
I’ve quickly tried this in Outlook 2010 beta – simple right click in the calendar list, choose “Add Calendar” and then select “From Internet…” As above, after popping the i Calendar URLs in the subscriptions are created in the local Outlook client.
And, finally let’s not forget HTML sharing, which does exactly what you’d expect: Now you’ve seen the user experience let’s take a look at what needs to be done to get it up and running in your SP1 environment.
To get it all enabled we need to do the following: Setup of the External URL is pretty standard stuff so I won’t cover it here.
Moving on to the Calendar Publishing OWA virtual directory feature, let’s look at what it’s made up of.
Only with open standards can this happen and with SP1 that’s now a reality.One of the new features available in Exchange 2010 SP1 and higher (including SP2 and SP3) that I’m excited about (and already making use of) is the ability to share calendars from Exchange either in i Calendar or HTML format. Doesn’t Exchange 2010 already have improved Calendar sharing with the new federated sharing features available from RTM? And this new features doesn’t replace federated sharing, however if you want to share calendars is that the world doesn’t run Exchange 2010.Some organisations will move to it over the next year or two; but lets face facts – some enterprises out there may move to Google Apps, Zimbra or something else, so Federated Sharing isn’t going to be an option.For our first example, let’s have a look at Exchange’s primary competitor, Google Apps.To add the shared calendar to Google Calendar, the end user chooses “Add” then “Add by URL”.
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It’s enabled by default but should it need re-enabling it’s pretty straightforward using Powershell.