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  • Outlook 2000

    I believe that the calendar, to do list etc can be shared over the internet.

    Is this correct, and if so, how do I go about setting it up? I want to be able to link around 6 people including myself.

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    Re: Outlook 2000

    without exchange?
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      Re: Outlook 2000

      Originally posted by =DdogG=
      without exchange?
      Dammit janet. I knew there was a catch. Ok, so it can't be done without an exchange server? Bugger.

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        Re: Outlook 2000

        There are many many many ways to do it without exchange, however none of them are as transparent as exchange, or as nice to my experience.

        Do a google for "Outlook sharing" (without the quotes will give you a little over 3 million results, the top handfulls are decent that I just looked through. With the quotes and you wont get much good)

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        • #5
          Re: Outlook 2000

          Thank you very much sir. :icon14:

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          Originally posted by ImJustMito
          There are many many many ways to do it without exchange, however none of them are as transparent as exchange, or as nice to my experience.

          Do a google for "Outlook sharing" (without the quotes will give you a little over 3 million results, the top handfulls are decent that I just looked through. With the quotes and you wont get much good)
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