Microsoft Outlook Calendar sharing challenges

If you don’t have a Microsoft Exchange Server, it can be frustrating to find out that there is no simple, built-in, reliable method for sharing contacts and calendars. Many users want to share their calendar with others, but Outlook’s calendar sharing feature is limited to Exchange server mailboxes,, or a read-only calendar published to a WebDAV server.

Share calendars using a Microsoft Exchange Server account

Microsoft Exchange Server enables calendar sharing with others who have Exchange accounts. Your calendars can be viewed only by others to whom you have granted permissions. If the other person whose calendar you want to open has not granted you permission to view it, Outlook prompts you to ask the person for the permission that you need. After you access a shared calendar for the first time, the calendar is added to the Shared Calendars list in the Navigation Pane, where you can access it the next time that you want to view it.

How it works

With AIRsynchroniser you can create calendars outside your Microsoft Exchange environment. Calendars which you can share and update with internal and external users without the need for extra Microsoft CAL’s (Client Access Licenses) for accessing the Exchange Server. Just create a calendar and start sharing. Unlike other solutions AIRsynchroniser doesn’t create a confusing new set of folders in Outlook and doesn’t force you to move the data from the folders you’ve been using for years. AIRsynchroniser is ideal for viewing your business and private calendars in one view, making sure that your time is planned well. When you purchase our desktop app WorkAIR for Windows, you will receive AIRsynchroniser for free.

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