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Microsoft® Office Groove® 2007 Step by Step by Barry Preppernau, John Pierce, Rick Jewell

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Sending and Accepting Workspace Invitations

The person who creates a workspace becomes a member of that workspace automatically. He or she is the person who then invites co-workers and other people to become members of the workspace. Workspace invitations are sent as a Groove instant message to people who are among your Groove contacts, or as e-mail messages to a person who is not one of your known Groove contacts.

See Also

For more information about working with Groove contacts, see Chapter 3, and Chapter 4.

Each workspace member is assigned one of three roles. The individual who creates the workspace is assigned the Manager role by default. When you prepare an invitation to a workspace, you specify which role each person you invite will have when ...

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