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Can't share folders from Outlook XP

Posted on 2004-03-28
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Hi all,

We have changed over to Office XP and am trying to share one user's tasks with two others for colaboration.  I don't have a permission tab to choose from when I right click a folder and select properties??? Any ideas?

Regards,
Joe
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Joe,

Check websolution here http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/share.htm   
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by:etechs
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Well there you go!  They took the function out of XP.  But...but....oh sheisse
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the link takes me to a bad site with n error.  any help?
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