Santagio and Efrain. Shared Calendars Sharing Microsoft Outlook just got even easier... Tested and Certified to Support the new Microsoft Outlook 2010.
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Shared Calendars Sharing Microsoft Outlook just got even easier... Tested and Certified to Support the new Microsoft Outlook 2010 Hosted OfficeCalendar Server Brand New Admin Console that makes administration faster and easier Syncing and seeing reminders from Outlook in OfficeCalendar Online New dynamically generated OfficeCalendar Administration Document that logs your critical OfficeCalendar information in one document for easy referral Plus, so much more...
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