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Until now it was almost impossible to get a good overview of your co-worker calendars and appointments integrated with Outlook. GroupCalendar is an easy to install Outlook add-on, which solves that problem effectively and flexibly. In addition to allowing group viewing of calendars, GroupCalendar also allows you to create and edit appointments on behalf of others. All of these features are available using nothing more then a peer to peer network or LAN. No server software is required.
Synchronizes appointments from user calendars to public calendars and back. Filters in the software make sure that only the appointments that are relevant to that particular group calendar become visible publicly. Includes a number of unique features like: - Setting up one mandatory category list and colors for all exchange users so everyone uses the same colors. - Admin users (managers) can create one single item in a groupcalendar that replicates to all user calendar and they can not remove that from their calendar. - Teams (all sales or support staff) can push calendar items into the personal calendar of (all) their team members from the mobile or outlook calendar - Admins (managers) can annotate items in the group calendar and the change replicates back to the user calendar (assign tasks to staff) - No software install on client computers, does not have to be installed on the exchange server, works with hosted exchange too. - Flexible licensing starts at 20 cents per calendar per month.
Until now it was almost impossible to get a good overview of your co-worker contacts in one global address list integrated with Outlook ® (without Exchange). TeamContacts is an easy to install Outlook ® add-on, which solves that problem effectively and flexibly.
You can filter the contacts you want to share (and take with you on your PDA) by using categories. All of these features are available on network, LAN or even a peer to peer network. No server software is required but it works great with Exchange server public Folders.