UNC Charlotte is migrating personal calendars over Memorial day weekend and then following that with moving mailboxes for the rest of the summer. We have had basic google apps and the calendar available for several years but we have not been using gmail and calendar for individuals. I'm not involved in the project, but here is the project site which has some contact information for you:
Humanities Computer Consultant
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
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Subject: [ITSUPPORTSERVICES] Google apps: Calendar without gmail?
Sorry for those of you who see this twice, I'm trying a few avenues in my search for answers.
Has anyone as part of their Google Apps for Education roll out implemented Calendar before gmail? Or is using Calendar without gmail?
As you may be able to tell, we're still in our planning stages, and I'm trying to determine what functionality Calendar has (or doesn't have) if you don't incorporate gmail; I can't seem to find any really clear documentation, as it seems that Google assumes you will be utilizing all of their products, even though the documentation I did find says you can opt out of (and later opt back in to) using various apps, including gmail.
Oakton Community College