Accessing Exchange Server Calendar without Outlook

Posted on 2007-10-16
Last Modified: 2008-06-24
My school has a Microsoft outlook exchange server for us to do emailing and a calendar. Using Mozilla's thunderbird, I am able to pull the emails off this server to view them on Thunderbird, which I prefer. I was wondering if there was a similar technique that I could use to maintain the calendar on the exchange server. I'd like the calendar on the server to update whenever I change the calendar on the stand-alone program on my desktop. I'd prefer not to use outlook.
Question by:Messenger569
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    can use OWA if it is setup on the exchange server

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    OWA is set up, and I can use it. I'm looking for some other client, as OWA is slow and doesn't have all of the features. Any other ideas?

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    Any other ideas about how to access this calendar using another program?
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    Does Lightning access the Exchange server?  See for an add-on for TB.
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