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Is it possible to calendar share between Office X Entourage (OS X Panter) and Outlook 2003 (WinXP)?  - our receptionist (WinXP - Office 2003) isn't able to view, add to or edit events on the company President's Calendar (OS X 10.3, Office X, Entourage).  If so how is this done and WHAT ARE THE STEPS.  A detailed URL will suffice. Thanks.
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Do you have an exchange server set up here? If so, what version please.
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Congrats - we actually figured it out ourselves.  The answer is yes this can be done.  In answer to your question - yes we are an Exchange 2000 server environment.
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Excellent, glad you worked it out, I was hoping that you weren't going to say that you didn't have an exchange server and were trying to share.
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