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Servers and Microsoft Outlook


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Solomon Jones

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Hey everyone. A friend referred me to this website, and said it may be useful for me. Here goes:

I am not too sure if this is possible, but is there a way to host a program onto a server? For example, say, Microsoft Outlook? Pretty much, this is what I want to do:

I want the guys from our business team in NY to be able to access the same contact list that the guys in LA do. On top of that, I want them both to be able to make additions to the list, edit the list etc. However, I want them to be overlooking the same list (usually at the same time), so we don't have to email contact lists back and forth every time we make a change to a contact to make sure everyone is updated.

I have thought of google contacts, though it isn't as thorough as we have used our Microsoft Outlook System. Looking for some advice and help. Hopefully I could host Microsoft Outlook onto a server, and just have everyone log into the same list. I am not sure if that is possible though.

thanks in advance
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Major Payne

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Never used it or installed it, but this may be what you want: EXCHANGE SERVER 2007

Installing Microsoft Outlook on Exchange Server 2003
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Solomon Jones

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Thank you! I will look into this and follow up to let you know if it is what we are looking for. :)

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