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We have a peer to peer network with xp pc's.We have one outlook 2007 calendar on one pc which we would like one other office pc to be able to access.The pc with the calendar on it also has a blackberry that sync's with it to get the calendar currently.How can we share the calendar and continue to sync with the blackberry?
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by:AustinComputerLabs
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Are you using Exchange server or POP3?
Outlook is designed to NOT allow calendar sharing without Exchange.
You may want to look into hosted Exchange for an environment of your size.
there are also some third party solutions that may work.
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POP3
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Although it was not the answer you were looking for, atleast you now know what you are dealing with.
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yes,sounds like I need to look at third party software like office calendar maybe.
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Depending on your budget. Hosted Exchange is roughly $10 per month per user and has all of the features of exchange. If the client has a laptop they are connected to their mail whenever they are connected to the internet. The downside is its'speed is dependant on your internet speed and if you lose internet connection, you are not connected to your mail.
I believe Microsoft has started selling its' own hosted Echange, I am told at half that price.
Let me know if I can help out in more detial.
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