Tuesday, June 01, 2010
Migrating Oracle Calendar Server into the Microsoft Exchange Cloud
and if we look at his calendar in Sumatra's LIVE@ edu test system we see the exact same thing (minus the color which you cannot port anyway).
Some of you will notice the one appointment that's not there, which led us into looking at timing issues in Live @ Edu. We found that changing our CAS and EWS URLs for the insertion to remove the "PSH" part removed the issue.
If your Outlook.com server is something like
instead on insertion.
... and Jimi's calendar comes out fine everywhere. So in case you find yourself missing some data, check the URL you're pointing to. We obviously don't have as much control over timing and performance in this scenario as we do in a native Exchange environment. So the first few who go live with our tech are going to be taking the earliest risks for timing and the eternal X-Factor.
This all involved minor changes to the SuExchange interface, mainly to specify Credentials to your CAS server. Your Live admin account is the one to use:
So from the perspective of your end users it's a migration with results that make it act as though you've been using Exchange all along.