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Is there a way to share calendars in Outlook 2003 without Exchange

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I have a small office.....5 PC with Windows 2000 and Office 2003. The Assistants need to see and edit their bosses calendars. I know there is a problem with .pst files being simultaneously accessed, but is there any workaround.

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Chris E
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You can try:  http://www.outlookforms.nl/Outlook%20Group%20Calendar.htm but I am not sure it has been tested with Outlook 2003
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Thanks

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Could you please explain why we got B grade ?

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Hi Chris,

try this:

http://www.outlookstore.com/

bye Norbert
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