Advanced Windows PowerShell Scripting Video Training

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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Class Question: How do I share my Outlook 2007 address book with my co workers?

This is a question that came up in an Outlook 2007 Power User class at Indiana State University. I found two possibilities for this one.


1) Use Microsoft Windows SharePoint

2) Office One Note 2007


In SharePoint, you can create a contact list for your entire team and then each member of the team can link that address book to Outlook by clicking the Link to Outlook at the top of the contact list in SharePoint. SharePoint 3 is a feature of Windows Server 2008. As such, someone with access to your Windows Server 2008 server will have to activate this feature and set up your users with appropriate access.

Office OneNote 2007 is another option. OneNote will allow you to create a shared notebook that you can populate with address information. Your team members will be able to access the shared note book and view the address data.


Class: Information Worker: Outlook 2007 Power User*

Date: November 6, 2008

Location: Indiana State University

*The Information Worker series is available through LanTech Training in Indianapolis. Please visit their website for more information

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