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Sharing Outlook Calendar via 3rd party software

Anyone have good experience with using third party Outlook calendar sharing software? Looking to purchase they all seem to be about the same.

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share outlook calendar

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There is a software that you can download from this web site:
Install it on each pc from witch you want to share calendar or contacts.
A button ?Share Calendar? will appear in outlook tool bar, from this button you can select a folder and with who to share.

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Beware unitedteam1.

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They spammed the forums so you can't trust any company that does that.

Keep looking!

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I have tried using ShareO

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ShareO is the software you are looking for. Easy to use works via e-mail.

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I have tried ShareO but CodeTwo Public Folders kics a@$#@

In reply to: I have tried using ShareO

CodeTwo Public Folders is way faster, simpler and so on. I have it for long time in my office and in my friends office too. Check out on their website I see they have nice promtions pretty often - so you can buy it 20% cheaper.

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