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From Exchange to Google Apps - How to share calendar info in the transition period?

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A customer is moving from Exchange SBS to Google Apps.

There will be a period of time where some users are transfered to Google Apps and are using google Apps Sync for Outlook, and some users that are NOT.

How can all these users share calendar informations during the transition period?
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by:harryhelp
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Don't think this is possible to be honest - why are you doing some at a time anyway?
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by:TANGLAD
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We have 75 users and we will visit every user and introduce them to Google Apps Sync for Outlook. This will take som time and therefore we ar doing it in steps.
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Right........

What SBS are you running?
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sbs 2003
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Right, seen this online, would this suit your needs:
http://code.google.com/p/google-calendar-connectors/

"The Google Calendar Connectors are a set of services that allow Google Calendar to interoperate with Exchange 2000, Exchange 2003 or Exchange 2007 servers through the bi-directional sharing of Calendar Free / Busy information. Each of the tools is installed in the local Exchange environment and must be maintained / configured by an Exchange Administrator."
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