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Share Global Address Book and Calendars without Exchange (3rd party software?)

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I just started working in an environment with several Win 2000 and Win 2003 servers.  These servers are at different locations that are not connected via a WAN.  At these locations there are PCs running Win XP Pro and either Outlook XP Or Outlook 2003.  All of these PCs have internet access.  I am looking for a way to share a global address book and calendars without using Exchange.  This solution should, if possible, be integrated with Outlook.  I have looked at Microsoft Share Point services but the Outlook XP PCs make integration difficult and I am not happy with the features of the Sharepoint program.  Does anyone know of any 3rd party software that would allow my users to share a global address book and calendars under my current configuration?
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rhandels earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Allready answered in the Outlook section... Answer kinda like stays the same... ;)
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