Actually, the Free/Busy Connector is needed only to synchronize
free/busy data with MS Mail servers. If all of your users are using
Exchange, then the Free/Busy Connector is not necessary, regardless of
whether they are using Schedule+ or Outlook as their client.
> The schedule+ data is received through the free/busy connector in
> When you use outlook you will not need that connector any longer. Those
> existing appointments will be available to outlook without any special
> > Hi.. Have 600 users running the old fashioned Exchange Client 5.0 and
> > Schedule+ 7.5, now at last migrating to Outlook 2000. All users will
> > client during one weekend - old client Friday afternoon, new client
> > morning.
> > Problem: Schedule+ Clients are configured to NOT use local calendar
> > Q: How can the calendar data be imported into Outlook calendar. The
> > way is by importing .SCD-file?
> > The calendar data already is on the same Exchange Server (5.5) !?
> > Thanks.
> > Regards,
> > Jan