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Shared Calendars (outlook 2007 & 2010) not updating in real time

Posted on 2010-11-24
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I have serveral users who have shared their calendars with others in the office to be able to enter/edit meetings. However when changes/new entries are made they are not being updated in realtime, it can take a couple of days before the changes are seen. Users are using Outlook 2007 and 2010, and we have exchange 2010.

Any help is appreciated
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Question by:Louise-Stratton
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What do you see in OWA?  Are the changes in real time?
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Are the clients using cache mode?
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by:Louise-Stratton
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Hi bntech
Yes the clients have 'use cached exchange mode' ticked.
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You didn't answer my question about what's in OWA?  OWA is the best representative of the active contents of a mailbox.  In OWA, do the users see the appointments in real time?
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Thank you for all your responses. The issue has now been resolved by fixing a problem with the URL redirect.
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The issue has now been resolved by fixing a problem with the URL redirect.
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