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Exchange Server offers features that allow you and your employees anywhere access to e-mail, calendaring, and more. See what features are included with Exchange Server for anywhere access below.
Centralized Contacts & Calendars

 Calendar Attendant
The Calendar Attendant reduces scheduling conflicts by limiting calendar items (request, declines, accepts) in the inbox to the latest version. The Calendar Attendant also marks meeting requests as tentative on recipient calendars until users can act on the request, and relies on the Exchange Server free/busy Web service for always up-to-date availability of information.
 Resource Booking Attendant
The Resource Booking Attendant enables resources, including meeting rooms or other equipment, to be automatically managed. Resources can auto-accept requests when available or decline and provide details explaining the decline.
 Scheduling Assistant
The Scheduling Assistant helps users efficiently schedule meetings by providing visual guidance on the best and worst dates and times to meet based on meeting invitees and required resources.

 Schedulable Out of Office
Out of Office (OOF) messages can now be scheduled to begin and end on specific dates and times, reducing the likelihood of a user's out of OOF not being set. A separate out of office message can be sent to external recipients. Out of Office messages can also be set or unset from a mobile device.

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