Exchange and another email in one outlook problem.

Hello.
In my M.Outlook I havr to email accounts. One is from an exchange server and the other from a suse email server, due to 2 different system we are using,.
When i send an appointment from Exchange account to another exchange account it obviously prompts you to accept or reject it and on aceptance it is included in the calendar.
In the other way when i send the same appointment from exchange account to the users of the suse email I cant get  the same acceptance note. And of cos if i send from suse email to the suse users works fine.
I cant get the reason why it behaves like that.
Any Idea.
Thnx in advance
GuddeMoienAsked:
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VahikCommented:
exchange will keep track of free\bussy info of the users that are listed under the exchange organizatin that it is responsibe for.If that info is not shared amongst two system then it wont work.
GuddeMoienAuthor Commented:
I agree with you but why than when i send an appointment from the suse email to the exchange it takes that info as it should? Any idea about this.
It doesnt work only the appointment that goes from exchange to suse email,the other way it does work ok.
VahikCommented:
Gudd i am not familiar with sues so i did a fast reading on it and yes it does support free\bussy.And it seems that ur exchange does accept the appointments from sues and updates that users free\bussy info.
What i dont understand is when u send an appointment to a user on sues system does he recieve that appointment?And if they do what happens when u accept it?I am not an expert in this issue but u may need a third party tool or a calander connector.I think if u move this question to outlook section u may get a better result.Or maybe someone here with more knowledge than me can help u.
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GuddeMoienAuthor Commented:
Well yes the suse user does get the appointment but just as a text nothing more so its not possible to save in calendar as it would normally be when i send from a suse user to itself. But anyway thnx a lot. I would hope that somebody will find a suitable answer
VahikCommented:
Gudden if u move this question to OUTLOOK section in this site(if noone else here was able to help u)Guys and gals over there are good
figuring out outlook sicknesses.I am prety sure u may need some kind of aconnector(there are connectors for ccmail,lotus note ....)or a third party tool but i cant tell u exactly which.If u wanted to move just ask an administrator.Sorry i could not helpu.Good luck.

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GuddeMoienAuthor Commented:
Thnx Vahik
Ill do that. Appreciate ur comments.
GuddeMoienAuthor Commented:
Thnx anyway for ur help, couldnt find a solution but it worth trying
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