Sharing Calendars with a POP server

Posted on 2009-02-13
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
First of all, I am not an IT guy so I don't understand the difference between types of servers.  I work for a small consulting company.   We have 8 employees and we use a POP server for email.  Each employee works either from a client's facility or home.  We are trying to share calendars and the microsoft option did not work.  We continuously got error messages and were annoyed with popups every time the mail would sync to the server.  We tried Calgoo, but it does not seem to work with all of us, i.e. some of us can see each others updated calendars where others' calendars are not updated.  Is there a way for us to share calendars that is reliable and relatively easy to set up.  Thanks
Question by:tab73
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    This can be difficult to do if your not using Exchange server.

    Given your a small company, your probably not going to want to go out and spend $$$$ on an Exchange Server.

    SlipStick has a really great article on it along with several solutions and some Great tools to use in order to make this easier.


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