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Programming Applications for Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 by Ryan Gregg, Randy Byrne

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Chapter 9. Sharing Information with Other Users

Enabling users to share information is one of the key investment areas in Microsoft Office Outlook 2007. In previous versions of Outlook, the ability to open shared items or work with shared data was restricted to a Microsoft Exchange environment and only enabled accessing shared default folders. For Outlook 2007, this support has been extended to include additional sharing technologies, such as Internet calendars and RSS feeds, and to send and receive sharing invitations and requests.

This chapter describes the different ways of sharing and accessing shared data. Specific topics include:

  • What is sharing? Learn more about what sharing means and how it applies to solutions.

  • Accessing shared folders

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