I wonder if someone could help?
My business partner and I have two exchange server mailboxes/calendars etc (remotely Hosted via Fasthosts) and have setup Push technology to our Xda phones - running Windows Mobile.
Currently we can send/receive e-mails to the Xdas from Exchange mailboxes - working great.
We can update our own personal calendar on the Xda and it synchronises with the Exchange Calendar and we can update the Exchange calendar via the web and on our office PCs and information is updated (pushed) to the Xda - working great.
What we really need is to share one calendar between both of us and send/receive data between both Xdas.
It seems that technology can't cope with this. If we set up a Public Calendar and share this, we can't push this information to the Xdas.
Does anyone know of a way around this. I've asked Fasthosts and they seem to be saying that current technology can't cope with this scenario. I can't believe that there isn't some way to share a single exchange calendar and sent data to/from two Xdas.
The only suggestion was to synchronise the Xda via the PC, but this defeats the object of the whole solution.
For example what we'd really like is, I'm in a meeting somewhere and I update the Xda with an appointment, this synchronises the master calendar back in Exchange, then pushes the appointment update out to my partners Xda etc. She looks at the calendar back at the office and the appointlment is in there, or via her Xda if she is out on the road and sees the appointment.
Seems pretty standard to me, but we are struggling to achieve this.
Any help greatly appreciated.