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From the Forums: I need to share Outlook folders without Exchange!

Do you consider yourself an Outlook wiz? If you can answer this TechRepublic member's question, you could be awarded 250 TechPoints!
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Urgent need to share Outlook 98/2000 folders
TechRepublic member P_Ullucci recently posted a question in the Support Republic Client/Server Forum. If you have a solution to his problem, you could be awarded 250 TechPoints.

“I need to give users access to my Outlook Calendar. I've read documentation from Microsoft’s TechNet site, and it says that I can only do it with Exchange. There must be another way. I have a ton of preexisting e-mail and, if possible, I would like not to lose it. Also, the people connecting to my file have their own e-mail and calendars as well. The solution you give must be simplistic, as they are not extremely computer literate.”

Win yourself a few TechPoints!
Do you believe you may have a solution to P_Ullucci’s Outlook dilemma? If so, let him know! Visit the Support Republic's Client/Server Forum and leave a solution for him to try. If your suggestion works, you could be awarded a whopping 250 TechPoints!
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Urgent need to share Outlook 98/2000 folders
TechRepublic member P_Ullucci recently posted a question in the Support Republic Client/Server Forum. If you have a solution to his problem, you could be awarded 250 TechPoints.

“I need to give users access to my Outlook Calendar. I've read documentation from Microsoft’s TechNet site, and it says that I can only do it with Exchange. There must be another way. I have a ton of preexisting e-mail and, if possible, I would like not to lose it. Also, the people connecting to my file have their own e-mail and calendars as well. The solution you give must be simplistic, as they are not extremely computer literate.”

Win yourself a few TechPoints!
Do you believe you may have a solution to P_Ullucci’s Outlook dilemma? If so, let him know! Visit the Support Republic's Client/Server Forum and leave a solution for him to try. If your suggestion works, you could be awarded a whopping 250 TechPoints!
In case you didn’t know, you earn TechPoints whenever you use the TechRepublic site. (If you don't know how many TechPoints you have, click the My TechPoints link in our left navigation bar.) When you post a question in one of our forums, you get to designate a certain number of those points as a prize to be awarded to whomever answers your question correctly. After you post a question in a TechRepublic forum, you can check for answers periodically or request an e-mail message notifying you when someone posts an answer to your question. Follow this link to check out the threads in the forum center.
4 comments
Abufaruq
Abufaruq

I have a small network of computers and we use Vsat as our internet link but for months now all the computers in the LAN can access yahoo web page, what can be the problem.

MarryBloody
MarryBloody

Hey, I tried CodeTwo Public Folders recently. they have discount now at www.codetwo.com. check this out. WINPST works ok too and OsaSync - you can read more on slipstick.com about it.

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