This guide will show you how to create a new shared calendar in Office 365, and then share it with someone outside your organization.
We’ll also cover how to handle folks using Google or calendar systems other than Exchange.
One of the important features of an Exchange mail system like Office 365 is the ability to share a calendar and contacts. But that kind of “shared mailbox” can’t be seen on mobile devices.
Maybe you want to share your calendar with colleagues, or set up a company contact list. Microsoft offers another i OS and Android app named “OWA.” It stands for “Outlook Web Access,” which was the name for Office 365 webmail until Microsoft changed it because they hate us. It stands for “we can’t be bothered to rename this app because it’s going to be discontinued soon.” I don’t even know what they call Office 365 webmail today. By the time I find out today’s name, they’ll change it again. Instead, a company would set up a licensed /month mailbox just like a mailbox for an employee, with its own email address to log in and its own password.
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This happens because i Cloud doesn't see your account as the meeting owner.
Office 365 offers several ways to set up shared calendars and shared contacts. Most people use the built-in calendar app on their phones. Some people use the Outlook app from Microsoft on their phones. Then everyone who needed it would be given the login credentials and could add it to their phones.
Sign into the Office 365 web app, and navigate to Outlook calendars.If you want appointments added to the i Cloud calendar, you'll need to either move (or copy) the appointments to the i Cloud calendar or create them directly in the i Cloud Calendar folder. While you can't configure Outlook to use the i Cloud1 data file as your default (i Cloud2 can be set as default, with limitations), you can configure Outlook to startup in the i Cloud Calendar folder.Don't use i Cloud calendar, contact, or tasks sync for Exchange, Gmail, or Hotmail accounts.Workaround: click Forward i Cloud creates a new calendar in your profile and moves your appointments to it. Go to the Calendar navigation pane and select the "Calendar in i Cloud".You can view it either side-by-side or in overlay mode.