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Exchange 2010 public folder on mobile devices

Posted on 2014-03-19
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Hi!
We just installed a SBS 2011 server.  Everything works great on computer and mobile devices.

We have many public calendar that we want to use on mobile devices (android, Ipad, etc.)

Is there a way to connect to those calendar?  I did some search and it looks to be only working with third party software.

Tx a lot!
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Group Calendars shouldn't be stored in Public Folders any longer. ActiveSync devices do not have the ability to view Public Folders, so you would have to have a third party tool to access a public folder based calendar. For group calendars, you should be using a Resource Mailbox (Either Equipment or Room mailboxes) instead of storing them in public folders. This gives you much more flexibility with managing the calendars and makes them accessible to ActiveSync devices without third party utilities.
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