Is it possible to see Domain Calendars in Mail Clients
Question asked by Barbara Renowden - 8/24/2021 at 2:24 PM
We have a few clients that would like to see their Domain Calendar in Outlook calendar or in  iCalendar.  I set up our own domain with a shared Domain Calendar.  In Smartermail, web version, I can see the shared domain calendar, and can add events and appointments to the Domain Calendar. When I am on my IPHone I can see the domain calendar items and create new items as well.

However, I am unable to see the shared Domain Calendar when using either Outlook or iCalendar.  

I have tried both IMAP and Exchange set up for the email and neither one sees the shared domain calendar.  

When I try to add a shared calendar it ask for a username and password, which does not exist as this is at a domain level shared with users. When trying to use my email address as the user it throws an error.  

What am I missing?

Our clients would like to be able to use iCalendar or Outlook to add items to the Shared Domain Calendar.  Right now the only way to do this is with Webmail or their phone.

Thank you.

Barbara Renowden President / Co-Founder Centric Web, Inc. https://www.centricweb.com

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Larry Duran Replied
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Hey Barbara, this is a feature that we'll be looking at soon with Outlook and MAPI.  We're not yet sure how big the scope is but we do have it on our radar in the near future.
Larry Duran
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SmarterTools Inc.
(877) 357-6278
Barbara Renowden Replied
Larry, Thanks for the answer that it is on the radar but I have more and more company clients pushing for this feature.  They have started using Apple Calendar for now but this isn't really a good option for large companies.  Do you have a time frame when this could possibly be implemented?  Customers are getting antsy.  
Thank you.

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Barbara Renowden President / Co-Founder Centric Web, Inc. https://www.centricweb.com

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