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I have a friend who has a small 2 person company, on their computers they us outlook 2000 for email and there own calenders, they have an XP machine running as a file server (I assume all peer networked)- I am looking for some way or a piece of software that would allow them to view or share the outlook calenders.
If anyone has any ideas- they don't want to spend too much either.

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Check this aswell

http:Q_20227610.html

Maintaining a Group Calendar in Outlook
http://www.slipstick.com/calendar/scheduleall.htm

I guess netfolders will be a good option for you
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