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Sharing Contact in Outlook 2002

Posted on 2003-10-24
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Is t here a way to share my contacts and my calendar with another user on my pc?  I’m not on a network with exchange, just a regular pc at home.  For a while I was sharing these folders using a separate PST, but when I use a separate PST for just these folders the following two things happen that I don’t like:
      The folder aren’t default
      Reminders will not run since the calendar isn’t default.
      Won’t save address to shared PST contact list, because it not the default
Is there a way to do this right?
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