If non-invitation email is received in Outlook with scheduling information, user would have the option to go to the File tab and save it as an Outlook Calendar event with email subject line, narrative, any attachments, and room at the top to edit further by the user. User would modify day and time and other data fields as necessary. Current Alternatives: Include creating Outlook Calendar Event with email attached or ...more »
Having the ability to have multiple Exchange calendars visible on your calendar on a mobile device instead of having all the appointments and all day events for all your co-workers on your personal calendar. We would have TEAM calendars that would have your team information on it and your personal calendar would allow you to add / remove the team calendars from view. This would be very helpful when you go on vacation ...more »
When someone leaves the company, they often have recurring meetings that remain on other calendars. We need a way to take ownership of a meeting - have the system check to see if the owner's account still exists (or isn't disabled and a resource account, for those companies like mine that don't delete mailboxes for a month after the colleqague leaves the company), and if the owner account doesn't exist (or is like the ...more »
End users can share a calendar with anyone from Exchange using iCal or HTML. Extend this feature to allow authenticated users (either via URL, or username/password) to edit calendars shared via iCal, updating the same underlying feature to use HTTPS rather than HTTP. This will allow end users to collaborate better with anyone, whatever the platform, or whatever client they are using. This will also mean that users of ...more »
Exchange currently has the Scheduling Assistant in Outlook and OWA, but unless you have Exchange Federated partners in order to access each others organizations Free/Busy information, it's limited to internal users. This makes planning with external users more cumbersome. Basically something like Doodle.com, within Exchange but without the need for federation or extensive preparations. Inspired by a suggestion by Mike ...more »
Easier for end users to share calendars or provide public F/B. Can be done today but by default is off and require admin PS plus difficult end user config, simple end user share using URL and be done.
We host our Exchange and Lync community calls and send the invites out via DL’s. Generally this has been good and a major improvement over trying to maintain the list of invitees within the event itself. However, it’s far from perfect, people end up with old/stale invites, don’t get updates, get forward the invite so never receive updates etc. The solution, to my mind, is a calendar that people subscribe to – that way ...more »