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Posted on 2014-10-22
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There is a problem to sync the calendar from Exchange 2013 to IOS 8.0.2. After editing an Recurring Meeting with outlook, appropriate meeting status in IOS does not correspond (sync) with actual exchange calendar status. For example, after editing active recurring meeting  with outlook, status of the meeting in IOS calendar is cancel.  Could we have an appropriate Apple reference about this "bag" and some non-direct decitions of the problem?

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The simple advice is still to not touch meetings with an Apple iOS device. Their implementation of ActiveSync is awful.
Trying to get Apple to admit there is a problem though is almost impossible.

The best source of problems is the Microsoft known issues document:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2563324

There are a lot of iOS issues listed, and even though you are on the latest version, the problems continue.

Simon.
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