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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Robert Cordingley, Charlie Russel

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Sharing Contacts

There are a couple of ways to share contact information with others. The easiest method to share any Outlook item or folder is through use of Exchange Server. But if you don't have access to Exchange Server, there are still several ways to share contact information with others.

→ For more information about sharing with Exchange Server, seeUsing Public Folders to Share Information,” p. 696.

Sharing a Contacts Folder

If you use Outlook as an Exchange client, you can share information in any folder with another Exchange user. You can grant any Exchange user permissions to view, edit, and add information to any of your Outlook folders. You can assign permissions to individual users or distribution lists. To allow another user ...

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