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I have two related questions about Outlook 2000.

1. Using MS Exchange, can one set up a common/shared PST file that resides on an Exchange server and have users share this over the Internet? (So if user 1 enters an appointment other users can see it.)

2. Same scenario but to have the various users information sync?

If these can be done, how would the performance be?

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by:VinceA
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If you use your mailbox instead of PSTs you can share your personal calendar with other users. Also, you could setup a Public Folder containing appointment items that multiple users could post in.
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How about Contacts (in both eMail and Public folders)?

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Same goes for contacts and most other Outlook items (the journal is the only folder type that has 'issues')
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So how would this work, say with 10 users, each one would synching up via their mail?
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So how would this work, say with 10 users, each one would synching up via their mail?
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Take a look at this MS KB article, it may help:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q195/4/35.asp

You can also get this article by sending an E-mail with a subject of "Q195435" (without the quotes) to mshelp@microsoft.com.

This link should automate that for you:
mailto:mshelp@microsoft.com?subject=Q195435
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