Mar 23 2020 05:24 AM
Mar 23 2020 05:24 AM
I have setup Teams. I am the global admin for my company and access to all portals. All Team meeting policy options and scheduling options are set to yes for me at global level. In the desktop and web version, calendar app does not appear on the left hand side for me. I cannot schedule meetings in team.
Stuck and need some help! I have attached screenshots.
Jun 28 2020 08:40 PM
Aug 25 2020 10:30 AM
This is to anyone also having this issue. We did all the manual stuff and ensured the ews stuff was done in exchange. IN addition, if you have multiple SMTP domains that you are accepting mail for which is NOT the default of the org but is for any of the user in question be sure to add that domain as a UPN suffix to your domain, then update the affected users domain suffix to reflect their primary/default SMTP adress. Also the last step you will need is to enure you have a valid autodiscover record setup for ALL the domains you accept mail for. For all domains (NOT your default), set a SRV rercord up for autodiscover:
@ (for the domain)
_autodiscover (name of recrod)
autodiscover.yourmainSTMPdomain.com (target: use your default SMTP namespace here)
Once all that is in place, re-run the hybrid wizard again and ensure all domains are selected that you require. Also in your office 365 tennant/setup, ensure you have all the necessary cname and SRV records published for Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business under: Admin -> Settings -> Domains
Hope this helps some of you.
Sep 25 2020 09:57 PM
Oct 28 2020 03:32 PM
@mitchpj75 I wanted to post this becuase it took me a while to figure out what was happening. First check your App Policies in Teams admin center and be sure that the user was not put into a first line worker or other poilcy that would potential block the Calendar App.
But this is what was the issue with a few of my users - EWS
Run Get-CASMailbox and check all EWS policies are enabled for the user
The EwsApplicationAccessPolicy parameter controls access to the mailbox using Exchange Web Services applications.
Valid values for this parameter are:
Nov 29 2020 07:44 PM
Dec 10 2020 12:45 PM
@richardskates Thank you for posting this. This was exactly my situation. I had disabled Exchange Web Services on my account for testing. Outlook add-ins stopped working, seeing coworker's free/busy was broken, and of course the calendar was missing in Teams. Restoring EWS resolved these issues I'd been having for weeks.
Now my understanding is that EWS only uses basic authentication, if that is true I am wondering how we are supposed to move to only Modern Authentication?
Dec 10 2020 12:51 PM
Dec 15 2020 08:12 AM
Experienced the same Calendar missing issue right after I removed all the licenses (Business Base & Teams Exploratory) then added them back
I tried below steps and solved the problem:
1. Go to "Teams admin center"
2. "Users" > open the user who got the problem
3. "Policies" tab > "Edit" > "App setup policy" > switch it to "FirstLineWorker" > "Apply"
(you should see the change if you sign-out and sign-in with the problem account, for mine, the "Shifts" icon appeared )
4. repeat step 3, switch it back to "Global(Org-wide default)" > "Apply"
(if you receive the error message warnning you the change not applied, just reflash the page and re-do step 4, until you see the "Global(Org-wide default)" applied under "App setup policy")
5. Problem solved!
Jan 04 2021 05:13 AM
Jan 18 2021 01:49 PM
I had a similar problem on two MacBooks after upgrading to Big Sur. Check your Preferences->Security & Privacy->Privacy->Accessibility page and allow Teams to "control your computer". Once this was checked & the computer & Teams were restarted, Calendar reappeared on the left menu bar (at least for me!)
Apr 20 2021 11:44 AM