How to marry a SharePoint calendar and Outlook 2013 user connected to Exchange 2013?

Hi all. There is a public calendar in Sharepoint 2013. This calendar is connected to Outlook users ("Calendar" -> "Podklyuchaetsya to Outlook"). When someone creates an event in the calendar it appears correctly on both the web portal and connected the calendar to Outlook. But notifications don't work for everyone. If you configure the notification for an event, it will apply only locally, respectively, on the web portal out of the box there are no controls notifications. I want all users that have connected to my Outlook, the calendar, automatically received the notice. How can I bypass this restriction?
UPD: the task Is to implement the notice of regular work user group. Tried to create a Shared Mailbox (Exchange 2013) and give access to it to a group of users, notification is also not working. According to the articles from the Internet, reminder only works for the main box.
July 8th 19 at 16:11
2 answers
July 8th 19 at 16:13
Solution
To write a TimerJob that checks the beginning of the event and warn about the beginning, or you can use SharePoint Designer and write process on WF4.5 with the logic of waiting for the events and sending alerts about the beginning of the event.
Tried to create WorkFlow in one step:

To calculate Current Item:start Time minus 60 (output to Variable: calc )
Pause until Variable: calc
Send Current Item:created by; Current Item:Members; Trofimov Ivan Andreevich

In settings chose the Start workflow automatically when an item is created

But somehow the letter did not come. - carlos.Lehner commented on July 8th 19 at 16:16
: And the process will start on these items? - Janick.Morissette commented on July 8th 19 at 16:19
: If I understand correctly, then Yes: prntscr.com/be78af - carlos.Lehner commented on July 8th 19 at 16:22
: And here's another screenshot: prntscr.com/be78kn - carlos.Lehner commented on July 8th 19 at 16:25
: found out why. With the current settings the letter was not come and the servant. the process was postponed for 5 hours (the difference between my timezone and GMT). Apparently by default it takes the number of seconds since 1900 in GMT. This is corrected by changing the time interval.
Now look at the settings of the letter prntscr.com/bee6dd it does not come, it returns an error: casting Error: the Input object for this cast cannot be undefined (null).
Although when prescribed in the recipient field of direct address - a letter comes fine. Why is this happening? - carlos.Lehner commented on July 8th 19 at 16:28
: To Express the initiator and a copy of the Participants field with the value separated by comma (like so). If there was still time, write to a log value, if at all forks, then only the LOGS will help because with WF 4.5 I the owl was worn out with the mailings, all the time Workflow Manager hovered with the problems of accessibility API - Janick.Morissette commented on July 8th 19 at 16:31
: I'll try. And there are some normal event-handling method in the right time zone? And now I firmly prescribe +5 hours, and when colleagues from Moscow will want to use this functionality - they have to be +3 hours. - carlos.Lehner commented on July 8th 19 at 16:34
: No. Time is always a difficult task for both the SP and the normal web which the world works. - Janick.Morissette commented on July 8th 19 at 16:37
: Of course you can all in one regional settings to load, but I think it's not the best idea. - Janick.Morissette commented on July 8th 19 at 16:40
: when set up like this: prntscr.com/bekp7v that error occurs. If no members, then everything works fine.
Got a sneaking suspicion of who the Participants? Those who have connected the calendar to Outlook, or some members that you need to fill in when creating an event in a field? I need that those who subscribed to a calendar (added to the calendar in Outlook) - carlos.Lehner commented on July 8th 19 at 16:43
: you can go spike method, to create a group in AD and add users who should receive messages about events calendar. But I kajetsa more beautiful will be the subscribe to receive a notification when you connect it to Outlook. - carlos.Lehner commented on July 8th 19 at 16:46
July 8th 19 at 16:15
done using workFlow and made the band in SP. Only now when you create a recurring event, the notification comes once and the workflow ends. How can I bypass this restriction?
WF has the ability to make the wait a date or scan it, just to say you can't remember something like this done. Try googling for WF very much now information. - carlos.Lehner commented on July 8th 19 at 16:18

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