Agendex essentially provides 3 major functions around Exchange calendars, whether on premises or in Microsoft 365:

  1. It allows organizations to provide their users with a very simple way to share calendars with the public; for example, these calendars may contain community events, such as concerts, plays, other events. These calendars can then be displayed on the organization’s web site for all to see.
  2. It allows internal users to login to Agendex to view all the shared calendars: people, rooms, and resources. From there, they can use the Availability tab to quickly search for everyone and everything they need for a meeting, and easily book it from a user-friendly selection of calendar views – such as monthly, or weekly.
  3. It provides every user in the organization with a personalized URL that they can include in emails – or even email signatures – to allow external users to very easily view their availability and request a meeting. This is the MyAvailability feature of Agendex and allows the users to display their calendars in several ways.

Agendex Enterprise works as a cloud-based service and can be deployed in about 15 minutes. It is availalable on a monthly or yearly subscription basis, but unlike many other solutions, one low price covers all the users in your organization!

For those who may want to use Agendex on premises, the Community Edition offers a feature-limited free version that can be deployed in a Docker installation.

Whichever version you chose, you will need to go through a few simple configuration steps first, such as verification of Auto-discovery, creation of Agendex-related accounts, setting up impersonation, and (optionally) running a few PowerShell scripts; so make sure you consult the Prerequisites section of the version you’re deploying to make sure everything is in place for a smooth deployment!

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Updated on May 31, 2021
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