I have just been posed a question by my Boss.
I work for a small company , we only have like 5 or 6 computers here and 4 full time employees and one 1 day a week student (me)
We have a peer to peer type network , no server or anything like that and a net connection , nothing fancy all quite simple stuff.
My boss wondered if it is possible for us to have some kind of a calendar that we can all access from the network and add dates , check appointments in advance etc..
at the moment any appointments are added to individual oulook accounts on individual computers , I was wondering if we can all add/remove items from the outlook calendar on one machine so we know where each of us are at any time.
or is there other software to do the same task , some kind of network calendar?
thanks in advance for any response.
Sadly were using Outlook 2002 and it seems as if its a binned feature , that may have been handy too , who knows , thanks for the reply though.
Calendar plus sounds great but I doubt she wants to pay $800 for a calendar
hey you never know
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