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Any good alternatives to SharePoint 3.0 services for document & calendar sharing?

Posted on 2010-11-09
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This customer is running SBS 2003 so I can't use SP Services 3 because it conflicts with Exchange.

I'm hoping to find something online or a simple & inexpensive solution I can install on & share from a PC on their LAN.

Thanks.
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You may want to consider using DNN. The professional version has a document management solution that is pretty good (version, locks, role based). Not sure about the calendar sharing, however. I know that DNN's calendar allows for calendar aggregation (bunch of calendars that can roll into a mega calendar). However, there is no integration with exchange.
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