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Chapter 7. Deploying Outlook 2003 > Configuring Meeting Workspace Options in Ou...

Configuring Meeting Workspace Options in Outlook 2003

A Meeting Workspace is a Web site for centralizing all the information and materials for an upcoming meeting. Before the meeting, you use a workspace to publish the agenda, attendee list, and documents you plan to discuss. After the meeting, you use the workspace to publish the meeting results and track tasks. You send a Microsoft Outlook meeting request to invite people to the meeting, and in the message, include a hyperlink that goes to the workspace where invitees can learn the details and see the materials.

You can configure a number of options to set up and manage your Meeting Workspace deployment with Microsoft Office Outlook 2003. You can manage how users choose Meeting Workspace servers and other options when creating workspaces to include in Outlook meeting requests. You can configure Meeting Workspaces to work when you use a POP server as your messaging server, and you can also view Meeting Workspace error messages in a log file to help troubleshoot problems with Meeting Workspace configurations.


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