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Sharing Exchange Folders in peer network

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Have set up system to auto check isp for email every 3 hours - dials in , clears mail and logs off.  Mail goes in Inbox in Exchange.  Would like to set up inbox as a shareable folder. Is this possible.?  If not any other suggestions as to how contents of inbox could be shared or forwarded to other pc's on peer-to-peer network?
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You need a postoffice (use an NT machine) with shared folders, you can then set up the inbox wizard to move all messages from anybody to this folder so everyone can have access.

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Don't want to have to introduce another pc to network as would be required by NT.  Presume the NT referred to is Server rather that workstation? Already have a Post Office on a Win95 system for microsoft mail. Can this be used?
Thanks for speed of response.

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Post office on Win95 system will do it. Have fun!
No problem.
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