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AMG-Admin

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I found the article on how to access and view the public calendars on iphone/ipad... but how do I get the same thing to work in Android?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Android cannot work with more than one calendar. It is possible to do that in Moxier Mail client, though.
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AMG-Admin

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not true... I have two on there already.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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I mean in Exchange Activesync. You can have as many local calendars as you want.

[Updated on: Tue, 05 June 2012 00:13]

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AMG-Admin

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your last reply makes zero sense
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jaba

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You have to configure your Exchange account via ActiveSync on Android - it's one of the options. However, by default you won't be able to view public calendars and any other data stored in public folders. As far as I know there is a workaround...

In general an app called CodeTwo Exchange Sync needs to be installed on the server. It replicates public data to private mailboxes on Exchange - sorry but I can't give you any link for this (thanks forum admins! Shocked ). You will find it in Google I guess...

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