We are looking to move our organization over from Google Calendars to Exchange calendars.
Because we have a mixed environment (mostly Macs using Mac Mail/iCal and Outlook 2011, as well as Outlook 2010 on the PC side), the only way to get the calendar to automatically appear within each Calendar client is to use the SUBSCRIBE option.
Initially this works fine - we go into OWA, right click the Calendar, click Share Links to this Calendar and then address it to the people we want to have access. They get an email, then click the subscribe button. Everything to this point is great. The Calendar appears in Outlook 2010, 2011, and Mac Mail/iCal.
However - when the owner or delegated person makes a change to the calendar, the changes are NOT pushed out to the subscribed users. If we remove the subscribed calendar from the user, and add it back in again - then the new items are there. So it seems to be some kind of synchronization issue.
We are not experiencing any other issues with synchronization or anything else for that matter.
Does anyone have any ideas?
We are running the latest SP and rollups (SP2, rollup 4).
Software/Hardware used: Exchange Server 2010 SP2 rollup 4.
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