Microsoft will notify Mediation Scheduler when you create, update or delete an Outlook Calendar event. That means that you can list all dates when you are avaialbe to mediate on Mediation Scheduler. If you add something to your Outlook Calendar which conflicts with any of the dates you had listed as available, Mediation Scheduler will automatically delete that date from your dates listed as being available for mediation.
Any time you add, update or delete a date in your Outlook Calendar, it will automatically notify Mediation Scheduler. If your new Outlook appointment conflicts with a date listed as available on Mediation Scheduler, that date will automatically be deleted from your potential mediation dates on Mediation Scheduler. If the updated or deleted Outlook appointment no longer conflicts with a date you had previously listed on Mediation Scheduler, that date will automatically be re-enabled and added to your potential mediation dates on Mediation Scheduler.
Visit https://www.mediationscheduler.com/microsoft/signin to allow Mediation Scheduler to read your Outlook Calendar events.
Note: This will grant us access to your calendar events for up to 90 days, after which we'll request reauthorization via email.