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Is there a way to share a public scheduling folder using PC based Outlook without having a local exchange server?  We have a remote office with 7 users that will need to share this folder.
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Previous versions of Outlook had something called Netfolders, however this was removed in Outlook 2002 and later versions. There have been many replacements developed.

http://www.4team.biz/
http://www.pagethink.com/pimshare.asp
http://www.amarillosoftware.com/products/about_groupoutlook.asp
http://www.mapilab.com/groupware/server/

There is a comprehensive list here:
http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/share.htm

I haven't used any of them though, so cannot comment on which is better than the other.

Simon.
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thanks for the info
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