I have multiple Microsoft Exchange accounts. One is my main account (call it firstname.lastname@example.org); two others belong to clients that I support, and they have they own domains and their own distinct instances of Exchange (call the accounts email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org). Is it possible to enter a calendar event (say, a meeting) in my main Exchange account (email@example.com) and have that event automatically show up in the Exchange calendars associated with firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com? My goal is to keep the calendars properly synchronized so that clients at those distinct companies can look at my calendars and know when I'm available for meetings. Right now, I create a meeting in the calendar associated with the firstname.lastname@example.org accoutn and then I have to mail invitations to myself at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Then I have to go in and accept all those meetings, turn off the default reminder times, set this one or that as Private, etc--and all that's a pain.