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Multiple calendars for SmarterMail user
Idea shared by Dennis Ameling - September 1, 2014 at 1:18 AM
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Hello!
In Microsoft Exchange it is possible to add new calendars or to open existing (external) ones by adding an URL on user level. I definitely miss this feature in SmarterMail as it is also an important feature for some of my customers.
Therefore I want to submit this as an idea for future SmarterMail releases.

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Bruce Barnes Replied
September 1, 2014 at 10:20 AM
In Microsoft Exchange it is possible to add new calendars or to open existing (external) ones by adding an URL on user level. I definitely miss this feature in SmarterMail as it is also an important feature for some of my customers.
 
Can you clarify?
 
Are you asking to include this in the web interface (where it is already available, via shared calendars, in versions 11.X and 12.X), or in Outlook and other clients?
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Dennis Ameling Replied
September 7, 2014 at 7:13 AM
Hello Bruce,

I found the shared calendar option, but in Exchange you can create calendars on user level (or add existing ones). This is what I mean: http://i62.tinypic.com/2n8pftf.png

Shared calendars are another option though, but they are not something an end-user can add. Only the Domain Admin can create it, right?

I am also wondering what the possibillities are in Outlook. Does the ActiveSync protocol support multiple calendars? I also use Outlook.com, which uses ActiveSync for Outlook 2013, and I can see all my calendars from there.

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