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How Can Others On My Network Access My Contacts List In Outlook??

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Hello...
Everyone on my network (there are 5 of us 3 using WinXP 2 using Win98) uses Microsoft Outlook 2002.

I would like to share my "Contacts" list with others on my network so we can each make changes to the contact list.

Can this be done??

Please help if you know anything at all about this...it is pretty important to us.

Thanks in advance!!
 
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Azeraphale

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From what I understand about the way Outlook provides data sharing capabilities like you describe, you have to be running MS Exchange Server and connecting to that with each client. However, since you're just after shared contacts, you may be able to simply have a single address book file that you all open... though you may have problems with multiple people opening it at once... hmm. I don't have Outlook 2002 here on my home computer but I'll experiment tomorrow at work and see what I can come up with.
 

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