Connect your software to the Microsoft Exchange Calendar API

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Well-documentated API

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Built with privacy and security in mind

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On-going active development

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Eliminates synchronization issues

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Works with Outlook.com, Office 365, Apple, and Google Calendar APIs at the same time

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Calendar events are calendar events, not modified emails like if you work directly with Exchange

Connect to all 127+ versions of Microsoft Exchange, no additional effort required

  • Build software that works with all past, present, and future versions of Microsoft Exchange’s Calendar API
  • Read, write, and edit calendar events
  • Sync changes in real time
  • Connect to on-premise Exchange services
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Implementing Cronofy was painless – they provide a simple and clear API that allowed me to have the integration live to customers in less than one month.

Drew Zader
Senior Software Engineer - Handshake

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Customizable UI Elements

  • Use our customizable UI Elements in any combination you need
  • Users can connect and disconnect calendars, set working hours, or book appointments
  • Design to match your branding

Connect to multiple calendars at the same time

  • Connect to all the calendars on a company domain at the same time with Enterprise Connect
  • Deal with one entry point per company, not one per calendar
  • Book meetings based on the availability of attendees and meeting rooms
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Safety and security sorted

  • GDPR and HIPAA compliant
  • No ongoing maintenance required
  • Authorize connectivity individually, by group, or by organization

Try for free for as long as you need

  • Create your free developer account to try our API for free
  • Experiment with the full range of features
  • Sync up to 20 calendars to your trial account
  • Only pay when you’re ready to go live

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