Outlook 2016 calendar not updating

16-Mar-2017 00:54

For more information see: Exchange Outlook Calendaring Problems.

Exchange itself is usually not the root of the problem, the mail clients (Active Sync, i OS devices, Blackberries, i Cal) and their connectivity protocol tend to be the culprits. For instance, if someone accepts a meeting at 9am on an i Phone and a delegate declines it at am on a PC, but the i Phone is out of signal range and doesn't sync the meeting until say am., what happens to the meeting?

We have not directly confirmed this yet, but 3rd-party documentation indicates that Outlook for Windows observes the non-standard setting in an i Cal feed to set automatic update frequency.

Note that unlike your desktop Apple Calendar, on i OS the setting applies to all calendar subscriptions that are set to Fetch.If you’re having problems with Exchange calendar on your i Phone, the easiest way to pinpoint the problem is to connect your Exchange Server with another smartphone and attempt to sync the same data as you are trying to sync on i Phone.If the other smartphone works better, the problem is with your i Phone.We are using O365 and for Sf B on Mac, all of our Mac users are not able to have their status change when they have a meeting on their calandar and they are shown as Busy. This works for Windows Sf B Users, and for Lync 2011 on Mac..

Note that unlike your desktop Apple Calendar, on i OS the setting applies to all calendar subscriptions that are set to Fetch.If you’re having problems with Exchange calendar on your i Phone, the easiest way to pinpoint the problem is to connect your Exchange Server with another smartphone and attempt to sync the same data as you are trying to sync on i Phone.If the other smartphone works better, the problem is with your i Phone.We are using O365 and for Sf B on Mac, all of our Mac users are not able to have their status change when they have a meeting on their calandar and they are shown as Busy. This works for Windows Sf B Users, and for Lync 2011 on Mac.. Note: starting with Outlook v.14.3.5, server-side rules are supported for Exchange Server 2010 SP1 and higher.