|These are the files in the downloadable ZIP|
We've written a PowerShell cmdlet we call suHoliday that inserts holidays server-side. We've run it through our internal testing against on-premises Exchange 2010, Live @ Edu, and Office 365, so now we think it's time to let it out into the wild and see what you folks can do with it.
|The sample CSV file for US holidays|
Your inserted holidays will look like this in a user's calendar:
If you want to download it and run it through its paces in your test lab, you may do so here. We just ask you to answer a few questions so we can keep track of where it's going. If it works for you consider making a donation of US$20 per instance. It'll make it easier for us to consider updates and new features for next year.
What's it do now?
Try it out and tell your friends.
Limitations (or, what do you want for free / ultra low cost?)
- This only inserts holidays for the year 2012 (well, we give you a few weeks into 2013).
- All inserted events have "Inserted courtesy of the Exchange Calendaring experts: Sumatra Development" in the agenda. (yep, even if you license it)
- We support via electronic means, so keep an eye on our blog.