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net folders in outlook 2000

By susan.degnan ·
after the initial sharing of either the calendar or the contacts how do the other subscribers know which entries are new.

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by dmiles In reply to net folders in outlook 20 ...

The receiving user accepts your invitation to share info
After the invitation has been accepted and sent,the receiving user double clicks the mail message.This action causes the update sent after your original invitation to be processed
After the update is processed,the user should delete the mail message
The Net Folders component depends on the sharing relationship between users who have sent and accepted invitations to share information. After this process is complete,Rules Wizard evaluates the updates sent by mail transport and routes them appropiately.

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by susan.degnan In reply to net folders in outlook 20 ...

i understand how the sharing works. if there are initally 300 entries in the calendar or contact and then one of the subscribers adds 3 the update will take place and all of the other subscribers will then see a (3) next to the shared folder. howwill the other subscribers know which 3 are the new ones without going through the whole calendar or contact list or asking the person who did the modification

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by MelodyJ In reply to net folders in outlook 20 ...

how about sorting by read status of message? The changed items will be bold (unread).

Regards,
Melody

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