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Will there be amy issues with a public folder created in Outlook 2003 and having users upgrade to Outlook 2007?

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My guess is is no but thought I would check...in other words will a Public Folder Task List continue to function the same as it does in Outlook 2003 if the users upgrade to Outlook 2007?


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I haven't seen any problems with it, and we use it extensively. You could always upgrade one user, but I think you will find it will continue to work the same.
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