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Sharing Calendar in Outlook without Exchange

Posted on 2014-09-26
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I am after creating a shared Calendar in Outlook so other users can see when Mot's and other service
dates are due. At the minute the network is a Windows7 peer to peer and Outlook 2010. I would like to avoid a server and also exchange, hosted or otherwise. Is third party software the best way forward and if so which is the best to use or are they all similar.
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by:Rob Henson
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For something fairly simple, you could set up a Google account and calendar. Then give all users access to the Google calendar.

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Thanks for the reply. Though about that but if possible wanted to keep everything in one place instead of having
to switch applications.
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by:Abdul Khadja Alaoudine
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Sign up for Shared Calendar service with service provider like GoDaddy. Add the Calendar to users' Outlook.
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Thanks for the suggesstions

Plumped for office calendar, which seems to be working Ok.
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Thanks for the other suggestons, but decided to keep everything in Outlook.
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