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Sharing calendar without microsoft exchange

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What is the best way to share my calendar in outlook 2007 with my office manager so we both can update all day both on my blackberry and on my and her computers. My calendar changes all the time. We do not have microsoft exchange and i dont think we plan to get it soon.
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If you want free the best way to do it is by using Google as an intermediary.

Setup a GMail account that will be shared by your boss and you.

Install Google Calendar sync on both of your computers and set them to do a two way sync with gmail.
http://www.google.com/support/calendar/bin/answer.py?answer=89955

You will also have to have the Blackberry desktop software installed on both of your computers if you are updating your Outlook calendar all day.  Another option would be to update the google calendar entries from your blackberry and let calendar sync move them to Outlook.
http://www.google.com/intl/en_us/mobile/sync/
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