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Sharing Outlook 2003 across a small network


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BigMrC

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I'm helping set up a small network. They have 3 pc's linked together via a router. Pc's can see each other and share folders no problem.
They have one email account, currently being controlled from one of the pc's.
This pc sends/receives and has various email folders set up.
They all have outlook 2003 installed but how does each see the same folders.
E.g. an email comes in - all three pc's should receive it, when it gets put in a folder the folder is updated on each pc.
So basically three pc's sharing the same outlook.
Don't want to have to get Exchange for them, is there a way to do this. I thought you could have the pst file on a shared drive and all three outlooks good read from this, but seems you can't share a pst file.
Any help much appreciated.
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peterm

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Don't think so
need exchange or 3rd party software
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what third party software does it?
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