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I have Exchange Server 2010:  Do I need SharePoint Server 2010 to share my calendar with my co-worker?

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Next week I will have Dell install a new server.  It will be running Windows 2008-R2 and Exchange Server 2010.  I will have about 20 users on the network.

I want to allow my co-worker to read my e-mail and update by calendar (from her own computer at her desk).  My office computer and her office computer are both running Outlook 2010.  What do I need to do to make this happen?  Do I need to purchase SharePoint Server 2010.

The reason I ask is because after reading "Outlook 2010 Plain & Simple", it only mentions SharePoint for sharing calendar information.

Thank you.
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no you can share calendar with native exchange you don't need sharepoint for this

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You dont need sharepoint just to share calendar and emails for one person.
there are more than one way to share calendar and
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