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whiteboard for Exchange server 2010

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We have an Exchange Server 2010
We use Outlook 2010 and 2013
We still use Publick Folders which includes a mail and posting folder
We use this folder to post when we are away from the office this way is someone calls the office looking for them our Admins can check this Out Of Office which works fine

Now that we have a new second office location users use this Out Of Office and post which office they are at when they out of their signed office and working at our second office, this way our Admins know where they are when someone calls in looking for them.

Question came up, is there a better way? like maybe a whiteboard were we can show which office we are at?

any suggestions are appricated
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Imtiaz Hasham earned 500 total points
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My suggestion might be out of sync here but look at a phone system like 3CX and bridge the two offices to act as one logical location
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I found out the functions are provided by the next rev. Office 365
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