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share my calendar live with a person in another firm

Posted on 2014-01-23
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Both firms use exchange.  So is there a way I can share my calendar with a persion in their firm that is not just a snap shot.

It should be up to date each time you look at it.
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thank you Alex Green.  I was hoping to share a calendar live but everything is snapshots.
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If you use webdav, that should be current-
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thank you
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