Originally Posted by takeshi
Why would you think that? Is anything able to actually sync with OWA? Does OWA even support syncing? It seems a bit odd to expect features for a given system without knowing anything about it.
I think you misunderstood.
What I'm saying is that people who use OWA as a web CLIENT see mail, calendar, to do list, and notes. When you use OWA as a web SERVICE (e.g., BIS), it only provides e-mail access.
As you say, without knowing anything about the OWA web SERVICE, a person might expect that all of the data that's available via the web CLIENT could also be available via the web SERVICE.
That may be wrong, but my point was simply regarding the expectation that a person might have based on what they can visually see.
Personally, I don't know if OWA can provide access to calendar information via calls (I can't seem to find much information on this). However, it would (in theory) be possible to use a "screen scraper" approach to do this. So, while impractical, it's not impossible.