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skuumm -> Get free/busy time on mobile devices??? (8.Mar.2010 6:52:42 AM)

It's posible to create a new meeting request on Mobile devices... and set required og optional persons on the request....

Is it posible to see (or publish) the peoples free/busy status on the mobile device??


Best regards,

Henrik Holm




wgerrish -> RE: Get free/busy time on mobile devices??? (8.Mar.2010 8:09:51 AM)

Hi there,

its possible using active sync, see the following site

http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/2010/en/us/mobility.aspx

also i run a bes here and you can look this information up via your blackberry.

hope this helps.




skuumm -> RE: Get free/busy time on mobile devices??? (8.Mar.2010 8:17:18 AM)

Unfortunaly we are using exchange 2007 and windows MOBILE....

And it seems that your link is regaring exchange 2010.. :(




wgerrish -> RE: Get free/busy time on mobile devices??? (8.Mar.2010 9:16:13 AM)

sorry that's because you posted in the exch2010 forums.

check out the mobile access features for 2007

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998820(EXCHG.80).aspx

thanks

Will




skuumm -> RE: Get free/busy time on mobile devices??? (8.Mar.2010 9:24:55 AM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: wgerrish

sorry that's because you posted in the exch2010 forums.

check out the mobile access features for 2007

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998820(EXCHG.80).aspx

thanks

Will

Sorry my fault. Thanks for info....




Jesper Bernle -> RE: Get free/busy time on mobile devices??? (8.Mar.2010 6:05:54 PM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: skuumm

...

Is it posible to see (or publish) the peoples free/busy status on the mobile device??


Best regards,

Henrik Holm


Yes, in Exchange 2010 with Outlook Mobile update for Windows Mobile 6.1 and above we now, for the first time, can look up Free/Busy information from the mobile device.




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