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Update Exchange free/busy from an application

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Is there a way to develop a .Net application to update free/busy information of a mailbox in Exchange 2010? Say when a person is on leave the application will automatically mark the free/busy information of that mailbox to be busy the entire day.
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in short, it can be done.
I am not a programmer but with combine of EWS and EWS API, you can create a calendar item and mark it busy.



http://mikepfeiffer.net/2011/01/creating-calendar-items-with-powershell-and-the-ews-managed-api/
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Thank you for the respond
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