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Summary

Communication is the key. Informal communication can get lost or be misunderstood. Microsoft Project provides a variety of ways for a project or workgroup manager to exchange updated project information with team members. For project teams with email access only, team members do not have to have Project 2000 installed on their computers, but they must run a special setup program included on the Project 2000 CD. For Web-based communications, software must be installed on a Web server, and each user must have a Web browser installed on her computer. After the system is in place, the project manager generates TeamAssign notices, TeamStatus requests, and TeamUpdate messages using email or the Web. Team members receive assignments, reply to the manager by accepting or declining the assignments, and submit TeamStatus reports of accomplishments through their email Inbox or Project's TeamInbox. If an email system and a Web server are both available, the team gets the best of both worlds: Internet message posting and complete file transmissions with Send, Route, and Schedule Note message options.


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