Can iPhone alert the user when it receives a new Exchange 2007 calendar item over ActiveSync?

This is a pretty straightforward question and I cannot find a satisfactory answer in my research... If someone drops a new calendar item into Outlook 2007, that is integrated with Exchange 2007, and there is an iPhone setup with ActiveSync, to that same account, can the iPhone alert the user, with a beep or something, that there is a new calendar item there?
thanks for your experienced input.
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Short answer is No - I have not discovered a way to do this yet and doubt that there is a way because the item could be years in the future and you would have no way to know where to start to look.

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gs-rhoAuthor Commented:
I was wondering if there was a built-in way to do that alert. There was only one way that I figured out, to more or less accomplish this, when I was trying to prove to myself that it was getting there at all, before I opened it. I was beginning to believe that it was only polling when I opened it, but I showed myself that this is not the case by this method...  I set a new appointment in the Outlook calendar, and I would set the reminder beep so that it would go off in about 10 to 15 minutes. So, if the appointment was 3 hours and 15 minutes from now, I would set the reminder for 3 hours before. So, then I'd find that in 10 to 15 minutes, the iPhone would go off with a reminder for a calendar item that was not previously there. This effectively showed me that the phone did not need to be on or the calendar app open for the item to arrive, but also alerted me to the new item being there, which seemed great. Seemed to me this would be a good method of letting someone else that you're working with, who is out in the field, know that you just placed a new calendar item in their calendar. This was what led to me wondering if the phone had a built-in function of doing this.
gs-rhoAuthor Commented:
As a related question (if you're interested), do you know of an article for optimizing this calendar-updating communciation for Exchange Activesync with the iPhone, for what I've heard it referred to as the AUTD (always up to date) experience? Thanks.
gs-rhoAuthor Commented:
Btw, that would be Exchange 2007 SP2 on Win 2008 SP2.
gs-rhoAuthor Commented:
Answer partially correct.
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