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

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Listing Yourself in Directories

You allow other people to search for and add your contact information to their Groove contacts list by listing your Groove contact information in a directory. Other people can then send you invitations to workspaces or send you instant messages.

See Also

For information about sending workspace invitations, see Sending and Accepting Workspace Invitations in Chapter 2. For information about sending instant messages, see Sending an Instant Message in Chapter 6.

You can list your contact information in two types of directories:

  • Network directory. If you are working on a network, you should list your Groove contact in your local network directory so that colleagues or partners can locate you when they search for your Groove ...

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