Microsoft Exchange servers provide a number of online services, among which is syncing and sharing calendars.Busy Cal can connect to Exchange servers, using them to sync calendars across your devices and share them with others.Even at the start of it, we had permissions/viewing issues to which we had to have Intermedia, the Exchange host, rectify from their end. And, not only did the other staff see all events, they could not edit anything, which is what this situation required. We looked at the option of using something like Spanning Sync to sync i Cal and Google, then i Cal and Outlook could sync using the built-in sync services of Outlook.From our experiences though, this method can be unreliable when you have heavily used calendars.Push updates Having calendars refresh in the background at set intervals is a necessary but less-than-ideal solution for many services.As of 2.2, any changes you make to your Exchange calendars in Fantastical will be instantly sent to the Exchange service and vice versa — no refreshing necessary!
When sharing calendars with others, there are two options you may want to enable, for keeping track of changes to events on shared calendars: Click OK to dismiss each message in the Inbox.
You can share a calendar through Exchange with other Exchange users in your organization, as follows: Note: To share a secondary calendar with someone, you must also share your primary calendar with them, with at least Availability access.
Once you’ve granted someone Availability access or higher to your primary calendar, you can share secondary calendars with them.
Even more so when trying to share a calendar using an Exchange Server and Outlook 2011 (Microsoft Office for Mac 2011).
This task appeared impossible if we wanted the other users to have any editorial rights on events.