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I am running Outlook Exchange for the Mac version 8.0. Using TCP/IP I am able to send/receive email, thru the exchange server, and view public folders. However I cannot seem to share my schedule + file with anyone else or view their's.  It appears that I may have to store my schedule + file on a public folder but I am not sure how to do that.  Has anyone got any ideas?
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Is File Sharing ON and is the file that you want to share in a Shared folder?
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How is your TCP/IP connection. Is file sharing on and have the folders the correct permission? Pls give more info.
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