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How do I get Entourage or Apple Mail to publish more than 6 months worth of calendar data to Exchange server

Hello,

I have a user who uses a combo of Entourage and Apple Mail.  We have an Exchange 2003 mail server.  The problem is, we can't figure out how to get this user's calendar to publish more than 6 months of data to the Exchange server.  They can schedule meetings well into the future on their machine, but no one in the organization can see those meetings because it's not publishing out to the server.  In Outlook, I know you can specify a setting that allows you to control that, but I haven't been able to find it in Entourage or Mail.

Thank you!
Mike
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Arthur_MinoCommented:
G'day

Apple Mail only does POP and iMAP email no calendar.

With regards to Entourage, unfortunately it only supports iMAP and POP (Thanks Bill), not MAPI which is the native exchange protocol. You'll need to use WebDav to post meetings in calendars from Entourage. It does work but not all features are supported in Entourage.
Check this link out for more info

http://www.microsoft.com/mac/products/entourage2004/entourage2004.aspx?pid=exup2004

the steps from Microsoft

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922104/en-us

Cheers,

Arthur
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mlamartinaAuthor Commented:
Hello!  Thanks for the response.  I just talked to the use with the problem and I found that they are using Snerdware's Groupcal to manage their calendar on Exchange.  Sorry for leaving that out earlier, I completely forgot they had installed it when I posted this.

Anyway, Groupcal will synch to Exchange and all is well...  Just getting it to publish > 6 months of calendar data so other users can see it is the trouble spot.

Thanks!
Mike
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Arthur_MinoCommented:
G'day,

Do I get the points?

Cheers,

Arthur
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mlamartinaAuthor Commented:
I haven't tried the solution to see if it works yet.  But since no one else has posted anything simpler, I will give the points and try out your solution when I have a bit more free time.

Thanks,
Mike
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