Cross Org Free/Busy with Federation Trust and NETsec GALsync

14 Oct

A reply to “Cross Org Availability using Federation Trust and Organization Relationship” – Published by The Exchange Team 28 Jun 2011 1:30 PM By NETsec GALsync – Published at http://netsec.de/products/galsync Organizations often need to share availability (aka Free/Busy) information with other … Read More »

GALsync Special – Part 7:: Free Busy with Exchange 2010 (Update)

8 Mar

You might want to change from using availability service to classic public folder usage for accessing and storing free/busy information. What you have to consider if using free/busy information with public folders in a pure Exchange 2010 environment after installing … Read More »

How to check free/busy information in Exchange

27 Jan

 Free/busy information are provided in Exchange in a special system folder of a public folder store. This article describes how you can check if free/busy information regarding special users are present. The article is related to Exchange 2000, 2003, 2007 … Read More »

Press Release: Synchronize Exchange Address Data And Calendar Entries

17 Nov

Galsync v4 With Extended Free/Busy Functions And New User Interfaces   Dueren, Germany, November 2009. The NETsec GmbH & Co. KG, supplier of productivity solutions for Active-Directory- and Exchange-Administrators, introduces the new version of Exchange-synchronization software Galsync on 15th November. … Read More »

Press Release: GALsync Version 4 now with Free/Busy

12 Oct

Dueren, Germany  2009-10-12 NETsec announces a major release of its famous software GALsync for 15th of november. This release offers free/busy synchronization or so called InterOrg Free/Busy Replication between untrusted forests . . .

GALsync Special – Part 2 :: Free Busy (Update)

18 Sep

What happens behind the scenes when synchronizing free/busy data between multiple Exchange organizations using GALsync? When synchronizing different mail organizations GALsync reads the free/busy information of selected user objects in source and stores them in target as free/busy information related … Read More »