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Posted on 2006-11-27
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I have a need to automate the contents from a public calendar to a local calendar. There is a product for $695 call Add2Exchange. I would prefer a lower cost solution.

I also would like public contacts to replicate to local contacts .

I dont care if it erases the local contacts and calendar. The public folder has the updated contents ALWAYS.

Mike
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Mike,

a possible solution could be to add these public folders to your favorites below public folders (by rightclicking them and choose for add to favorites - you can automatically add subfolders if needed).  Afterwards you can set up replication via Tools, Send/receive, send/receive settings, define send/receive groups.  There you can edit the existing group (mostly All accounts) and add those previously created favourites.  If you then set an automatic send/receive every x minutes and 'on exit', you will always have the latsest version on your pc.


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Christophe
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