Last updated: May 2, 2017 Currently, you can't use Outlook on Windows to edit calendars that are shared with your account, even if you've reconnected your account to Outlook.We're working to make it possible to edit shared calendars in Outlook 2016 for Windows.Open the event that you wish to mark as Junk, click Report Junk, then click OK.We'll automatically delete the event from your Calendar on all your devices signed in with the same Apple ID.Although I’m going to talk about a couple of workarounds, you should start with the strange but true reality: the system isn’t built for it and there’s no good way to do it. They can be displayed easily enough in webmail once someone shows you where to click. If the mailbox is only being used for a company calendar and company address book, then the employee should probably turn off sync for mail, reminders and notes on the phone, as in the above screen shot.You can view shared calendars and contacts on i Pads and other tablets because the screens are big enough to use webmail more or less conveniently. Employees would have to learn how to switch from one calendar to another, and how to add an appointment and have it appear on the correct calendar – their own, or the shared company calendar.If you have exported your Studio Cloud calendar to Outlook (see Export your Studio Cloud Calendar to Outlook 2007), you may want to change the refresh or update rate of the calendar.
It has surpassed Google Apps and it’s growing fast. Worse, the hole is in the support for mobile devices – you know, the ones that are rapidly displacing computers and becoming the primary devices for billions of people. Seriously, this is the Wikipedia entry: “Outlook on the web (previously called Exchange Web Connect, Outlook Web Access, and Outlook Web App in Office 365 . It’s not a very good app, and it’s redundant now that Microsoft has its separate, and far better, Outlook app. Instead, it can be opened by anyone with permission in Outlook or webmail.
One of the important features of an Exchange mail system like Office 365 is the ability to share a calendar and contacts. But that kind of “shared mailbox” can’t be seen on mobile devices.
Maybe you want to share your calendar with colleagues, or set up a company contact list. Microsoft offers another i OS and Android app named “OWA.” It stands for “Outlook Web Access,” which was the name for Office 365 webmail until Microsoft changed it because they hate us. It stands for “we can’t be bothered to rename this app because it’s going to be discontinued soon.” I don’t even know what they call Office 365 webmail today. By the time I find out today’s name, they’ll change it again. Instead, a company would set up a licensed /month mailbox just like a mailbox for an employee, with its own email address to log in and its own password.
But if they uncheck the box beneath the shared calendar name, and don’t access it for a while, and then after 1 month they check the box beneath this shared calendar because they need to access it, Outlook will update the data with the data from the last month since last time they accessed it.
Updates download of calendars is on access only when “Download Shared folders” is checked on Outlook (2010, 2013) As a summary, if the user has cached mode enabled, calendars will be updated when they will access the calendar, if users doesn’t have cached mode enabled, calendar connection will be on access only as well.