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Part III: Beyond the Basics > Collaborating with Outlook

Chapter 14. Collaborating with Outlook

When used as an Exchange Server client, Outlook provides rich server-based collaborative features. Running as a standalone mail client and PIM connected to the Internet or a corporate LAN, Outlook provides more limited collaborative features using peer-to-peer techniques.

This chapter looks at two of these features: Net Folders and Internet Free/Busy. Although these peer-based collaboration methods have the advantage of not requiring a server, people with low tolerance levels should not attempt to use either of these features. When they work, they work well, but getting them to work can be an exercise in frustration. This chapter should alleviate at least a part of this frustration.


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