I guess a little background helps first: we’ve been using Outlook as our client for email/calendaring. We got complacent at $Old_Firm and used their mail server and the company assigned email accounts exclusively, which turned int a bit of a nightmare when we left, even though we were synching mail and calendar entries down to our laptops. Havening to update our contact email addresses with multiple business affiliates and professional associations is not an exercise we care to have to repeat. EVAR.
Now we have our own Office365 account for our business needs (halleluja!), which is a huge relief. We also recently signed up with $New_Firm, which is another huge relief. And turns out $New_Firm has their own corporate Office365, which they make available for all their agents. Okay, we can work with that. We’re using $Firm_email addresses for our clients and internal business communication, and our own business email addresses for other work related messaging. But DH is starting to pull his hair out over scheduling. Which means, of course, soon I will be doing the same.
He wants his Outlook calendar in our Office365 account to be his main, go to schedule. However, we still need to maintain the “corporate” one with $Firm’s Office365 (though the latter may not need to have ALL of the entries that are in the former). He’s been fiddling around with different apps for his Android phone, so I think what he’s looking for is some sort of third party whipped cream topping that he can plug things into and then zap them out to his Outlook calendars. Right now he’ll make an entry into one and then send an invite to the email address of the other. Or he’ll log out of one Office365 account and into the other. Seems like there should be a less clunky way of managing calendars across multiple MSO365 accounts, but we haven’t found it yet.
Granted, I’ve been too busy playing with all my Google apps to LOOK much… ;oP