Exchange 2016 public folder calendar not updating
Simply put, this option enables an Exchange admin to delete all user data from a mobile device the next time it receives data from Exchange.
That’s because services like, Outlook for the web, and Office 365 are utilizing EAS.So, seemingly it’s a good feature for admins to keep Exchange environments secure.But it’s also a feature that might make end users think about backing up their data, or finding a better Exchange Server synchronization solution.As is clearly stated in these MS FAQs about EAS: You can synchronize a device with only one account; and you can sync your default calendar folder, contact folder and tasks folder. The last EAS version was the one incorporated in Exchange 2010 (v14.1).
Six years later came major updates, first in Office 365, and eventually in on-premises installations of Exchange Server 2016.
With v16.1 in June 2016 came account-only remote wipe.