Can you synch one calendar with two users? Exchange 2003

Posted on 2008-11-18
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
I am using Active sync on mobile phones... I would like to synch my calendar to my phone and have my wife synch my calendar to her phone... Is this a possibility?
Question by:sstilton
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    Expert Comment

    you can.  however she will all your email stuff.

    Author Comment

    I am not understading what you are saying.... are you saying yes... but she will have all my mail as well...???  If that is a solution I think what you are saying is setup the same profile to sync on both phones?

    Author Comment

    You know what I think I just thougt of a solution... just set up my account on her phone and not sync the mail etc... just the calendar.

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    Accepted Solution

    yes exacly.  setup the same profile.
    actualy you can set up one phone for just the calendar, but she would be able to add things such as email.

    Author Closing Comment

    Yeah I am with you... I will just pop her gmail in another account and have her synching with my calendar with exchange through Active Sync... THanks for the brainstorm.

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