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Viewing Access data in Outlook (specifically calendar data)

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Can anybody direct/assist me with an application that needs to link a user's Outlook Calendar to an Access database?

Here's the scenario.  Law Firm.  Secretaries and Parallegals use an Access database for tracking information.  One of the components of the database is to track hearing dates.  Attorney needs to be apprised of these dates so he knows when to be in court.

Current method:  Secretary/Parallegal creates an Access report with applicable dates and hand-delivers it to the attorney.  Or, Secreatary/Parallegal manually looks up dates in Access database and keys them into Attorney's Outlook calendar.

Ideal scenario:  Attorney's calendar is linked to the database and all the dates flow through.

Using Exchange 2000 to service my Outlook clients.

thanks a mil.
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