I have an new article on “Sharing Your Outlook Information” that has just been published on Microsoft Office Online. The opening paragraph sums up the target audience:
One of the greatest strengths of Outlook is its ability to manage multiple kinds of data. When you’re faced with scenarios such as planning or organizing your day-to-day activities by creating to-do lists, booking appointments, searching address books, or exchanging e-mails with colleagues or family, Outlook makes these tasks intuitive and instantly accessible. When you pair Outlook with an enterprise solution like Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, users in businesses of all sizes gain an even more powerful combination of tools to meet their messaging and collaboration needs. Of course, many home users and small businesses don’t use Exchange. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways to share your e-mail, appointments, contacts, tasks, and notes with other Outlook users.
Microsoft Office Assistance: Sharing your Outlook information: