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I have multiple Microsoft Exchange accounts. One is my main account (call it me@abc.com); two others belong to clients that I support, and they have they own domains and their own distinct instances of Exchange (call the accounts me@123.com and me@456.com). Is it possible to enter a calendar event (say, a meeting) in my main Exchange account (me@abc.com) and have that event automatically show up in the Exchange calendars associated with me@123.com and me@456.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 me@abc.com accoutn and then I have to mail invitations to myself at me@123.com and me@456.com. 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.



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This is really a server fault question because this is quite possible using Exchanges publish to html/ical feature. BUT, your admin has to enable cause I'm pretty sure it is off by default.

If it IS enabled, basically the two of you will publish and sync a copy of your calendar to a third source, like Google Calendars.

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You might consider something like OggSync. It might not be ideal for your situation, but I don't really think that anything is.

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I am in a similar situation with a non-Exchange platform. What I have taken to doing, and this is not an automatic sync, is to invite myself to every meeting I schedule, and to forward invitations that I receive to the alternate accounts. The net effect is that my calendars all look the same.

Zimbra does offer me the option of auto-forwarding invitations between the accounts, but I am afraid that I will create a loop if it turn it on.

So it sounds like a hassle, but it really isn't so bad.

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