Hello, I'm having the following situation:
I have a Windows 2003 R2 server with KMS 6.4.1 I have setup 2 accounts using ActiveSync on that machine. There is an account on the server named "Sync" (Kerio account). This Kerio account is locally installed on the server and is using the KOC under Outlook 2003. Within that account we have a calendar, contacts and tasks which are shared for other users. We have 2 PDA's and we are synchronizing to the W2K3 server using ActiveSync. At the server I configured both devices to be able to sync. When we sync via WiFi the changes are synced to the "Sync"-account, so we have both the same calendar, contacts and tasks. That works okay. But I would like to setup the synchronization via KMS (so no ActiveSync), but.. the Windows Mobile versions on both the PDA's are 2003, so not possible for tasks. But that is not the main issue. Is it still possible to share the calendar/contacts so, if we would use the KMS sync method, we would still have the same calendar and contacts? I hope you understand my issue/question. I would say that I have to share the calendar and contacts with user1 and user2 (both Kerio accounts) and then sync them so they would still have 1 calendar/contacts shared.
Hope somebody has a solution for this?
Thanks in advance for answering this question,
[Updated on: Fri, 29 February 2008 12:00]
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