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boisbleu

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I am deligated for another person. If I create a new appointment directly into the calender of this person (Connect 8.5, Win7, Outlook 2010 with KOC) and invite myself to this appointment, I cannot edit this appointment on my iPhone (ActiveSncy, iOS 8.3). It only shows the accept/maybe/decline page but no way to edit.

Can anyone explain this behavior? Is this a bug or a feature?

Cheers Tom

[Updated on: Wed, 27 May 2015 08:09]

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boisbleu

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More than 200 hits but no answer?

What does this mean? Am I the only one who got this error or is this error more specific than I thought?

Cheers Tom

[Updated on: Tue, 02 June 2015 07:33]

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I don't believe that ActiveSync supports delegation (with Calendars). You can choose to sync the calendar of your colleague (settings-->folders to sync), but I don't believe it's possible to edit their event on the iPhone.

Ken Snyder
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