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Sharing Calender in Outlook 2003

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Okay, almighty experts: How or what is the work around for sharing a calender in Outlook 2003?  for home use?
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Can 2 copies of Outlook be installed on one machine: 2000 and 2003?  That way I can use 2000 for the calendar only and use the new 2003 for everything else.

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I don't believe they will cooperate on the same machine.  MS is trying to push those who need calendar sharing to Exchange Server.
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Stardotstar,

Didn't the links I helped you answer your questionn..

You had actually accepted answer to the second question of yours neglecting your first question and my comment

Please explain

Sunray
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Sunray, I have psoted a question for you, but heres the explanation you requested.

The one link I could not see anything specifically for 2003, and the second said nothing about 2003 also.  Even in your own words you state: "might" work.

The answer I accepted did address an add on, but also was more in line with what I was finding out.

I always appreciate your assistance, and sorry not to award you in this post but I have asked another question specific for you.

Thanks, sorry for the confusion.
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OK .. Thanks

Sunray
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