There are known issues that cause some email clients, especially older clients and those on some mobile devices, to provide inconsistent and unreliable updating of calendar information via Exchange Active Sync.An exact cause is not always known and can vary from client to client.I have a recurring meeting booked from May 1st, 2012 to Oct 31st 2012, with no room attached.
Alright so it seems that one outlook problem has been solved only for another to crop up.
It looks like i am having several users who when creating or modifying a recurring meeting will run into an issue where they will have an update sent for every instance of the meeting any suggestions on this one?
My problem is that for a few of the dates the room is booked at that time.
As far as I can tell, if there is at least 1 conflict then you have to book each room seperatly if the meeting is already scheduled.
Apple i OS updates have been pretty quiet recently when it comes to Active Sync problems.
That is a testament to the work done by Apple and Microsoft to improve the way that i OS works with Exchange.You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others.Complete a brief survey to get a complimentary 70-page whitepaper featuring the best methods and solutions for your virtual environment, as well as hypervisor-specific management advice from Tech Target experts. An interesting i OS/Active Sync (EAS) issue appeared on the Office 365 community on October 22.The problem surfaced when users began to receive notifications that some of their meetings were “found to be out of date” and had been “automatically updated.” Now, users don’t like receiving messages to tell them that something’s up with their meetings.But now we have problems of calendar issues seen since i OS 8.x clients have joined the mix.