Scheduler for Microsoft 365 is a new meeting scheduling service launched with a $10/month price tag (per user). Scheduler and Cortana work together to find the most suitable meeting times for participants to get together. Scheduler works for any kind of attendees (as long as they can receive email) and the big pay-out is that you can ask Cortana to set things up and leave the meeting for artificial intelligence to sort out. Sometimes things don't work out and humans need to get involved, and that's when privacy concerns come into play. If you can cope with the issues and have a lot of meetings to organize, Scheduler for Microsoft 365 might do a job for you.
Our co-Chief Editor Sigi Jagott introduces the new Exchange Server Update for 2019 which was announced at Microsoft Ignite.
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How to use room lists in Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2010 to make it easy to find available meeting rooms when scheduling a meeting.
When you are assigning shared calendar permissions in Exchange Server 2010 you may encounter situations where users who are members of a group that is nested within the group you grant permissions to still can't access the calendar.
When an Outlook 2010 user tries to open more than 30 calendars simultaneously they may receive an error that no more calendars can be opened.