Synchronizing Outlook Data with Other Users

In older versions of Outlook, such as Outlook 98 and Outlook 2000, it was fairly easy (although a bit unpredictable) to share Outlook data with other users. Net Folders, a sharing mechanism designed to enable sharing of Outlook data between two users not connected by an Exchange Server, was eliminated in Outlook 2002. For small businesses without an Exchange Server, there are few good solutions for keeping Outlook data synchronized between multiple users. If you're new to sharing Outlook data, you might try to simply put a Personal Folders file on a network share and have multiple users access that same Personal Folders file. Unfortunately, a Personal Folders file cannot be accessed by two users at ...

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