Seems pretty typical to have a bunch of federated contacts, as I do in my Jabber for Windows client, and wanting to arrange a meeting with several of them still requires me to ask their availability one by one.
Besides this 2009 post about ‘CalDav’, I cant find anything showing the promise of using XMPP (Jabber) to federate to another users domain mail server, so I can see calendar availability of potential meeting invitees and avoid having to determine availability manually.
This is a great idea, but I have not personally heard of Jabber looking to satisfy this requirement. I know in the latest version of Exchange 2010, you can federate your calendar so you can share availability outside your organization. Take a look: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607475.aspx
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