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Is there any way to do Calendar sharing in Outlook 2003 when it is a POP3 account from an outside email hosting service?
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tstech248,

Here are some techniques for sharing a calendar without Exchange.  You need one of non-Exchange tools listed
http://www.slipstick.com/calendar/scheduleall.htm

You can use a webbase calendar like Google Calendar
http://www.google.com/calendar/render?pli=1
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It's kind of kludgy, but you can create a .PST file on a shared folder on your network and simply have people open/close it to input their scheduling information, if you don't need multiple people in it at once and are die-hard set in stone about using only outlook. As the above poster said however there are many alternative solutions which would probably work better.
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Thanks, war1
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