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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Inside Out by Doug Sheresh, Beth Sheresh, Jim Boyce

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Managing Your Shared Calendar Information

By default, if you’re using Exchange Server, your free/busy information is shared automatically with all other users on that server. If you want users who are not on your server to be able to view that information, or if you do not use Exchange Server at all, you can still share your free/busy information. You can also post your calendar information to other servers through File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). For example, your company might set up its own server to enable users to share their calendar information with others, whether within the company (for example, if you don’t use Exchange Server) or outside the company.

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This section focuses on how to publish your calendar ...

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