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CUP CUPC Calendar Integration

CUP7 with CUPC and exchange OWA . I have loaded the CA cert onto the CUP server and I have added the exchange server to the CUP server. Have setup the client to use Calendar status and have setup the Calendar as busy on Exchange.Cannot get any calendar Presence status updates on CUPC - still showiing as available. I do see the following:

'sip:BTTESTUSER1@umlab.local@umemr01.umlab.local:443

|<CLID::StandAloneCluster><NID::clmcup7n1><LVL::Detailed><MASK::0800>

10/22/2009 13:49:45.184 EPE|system.pe.pa.owa.backend 2085762 ERROR Exchange Server Transaction Failed: SUBSCRIBE sip:BTTESTUSER1@umlab.local@umemr01.umlab.local:443 501 Not Implemented - clear calendar information'

Presence Engine Logs attached, any advice appreciated.

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Re: CUP CUPC Calendar Integration

CUPS makes the SUBSCRIBE request to a resource under the /exchange URL. Please have your Exchange engineer to check if that URL exists on the Exchange server. Also make sure WebDAV was enabled for the URL. If I remember it right, WebDAV was disabled by default on Exch2007/Win2008.

Michael

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Re: CUP CUPC Calendar Integration

Michael, thanks. Webdav is running. What is the url you are refering to?

Is there a link to Calendar Integration guide you can send me.

Red

Re: CUP CUPC Calendar Integration

WebDAV is a protocol to query mailbox and calendar information via http(or https).

Though it looks like http, it's actually being served by a "WebDAV" component on Exchange. The "URL" is just an interface for the WebDAV client to send request to. This "URL" is configurable. And WebDAV component can be disabled/enabled.

Microsoft is going to discontinue WebDAV and use EWS (Exchange Web Service) instead. That's why WebDAV was disabled on Exchange 2007 by default.

Michael

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