Export your calendar data to a .pst file - do the same with your contacts.
Then use briefcase to just share these folders rather than the entire .pst
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After searching google.groups.com and finding no answer, Robert A asked:
| I think I just answered my own question. Briefcase updates are
| extremely slow, and involve sharing the entire PST file -- emails and
| everything, right?
| Is there any other way to share calendars and maybe contacts without
| Exchange Server or third party software?
|| I'd like to share the Outlook calendar and Task list with my
|| assistant. We're using Windows 2000 Pro but don't have Exchange
|| Server. We have a central file server that's also running W2k, and
|| we also have Outlook 2003.
|| Can someone explain to me in simple terms the main difference in
|| using the Briefcase vs. Exchange Server to share these files?
|| Robert A