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Sync calendars of 2 exchange mailboxes

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Hello,
Say i have exchange mailbox user1 with 2 calendars (agenda and calendar_office) , and I have exchange mailbox user2 with 1 calendar (agenda).
Is there a way I can let exchange sync calendar_office (user1) with agenda (user2) , automatically ?
So that when an item is added to calendar-office it is immediately synced with agenda(user2) ?
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by:dhoppel
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I don't think you can sync without a 3rd party tool, but you can easily share the calendar so that User2 can either view or have read/write to User1's calendar. User1 will have to share the calendar, then User2 can open it.
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by:troosters
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Yes, but on Android phones the user can only choose for the standard AGENDA, and not the custom calendar one ITguy once created.
That is the problem
So now I thought doing this, or either I have to create new accounts and backup and restore the data from the custom calendar into a new one and reconfigure the iphones and outlooks for the rest of the company
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by:dhoppel
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If you're looking to get it onto an Android Calendar I suggest you use the free Google Calendar Sync and have a google account loaded on the phones.
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by:troosters
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Then how is he going to sync the Outlook mailbox calendar to the google calendar ?
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by:dhoppel
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Use http://www.google.com/sync/index.html Google Sync can keep them in sync with each disparate system.
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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If you want something to run serverside, then look at add2Exchange from diditbetter.com. That will keep the data out of Google's hands.

Simon.
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I'm just going to create a new mailbox and export the items from the old one into the new one.
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I did it the way I stated
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