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  • Blog Post: Download : Using MS Excel Template to track FIFA 2010 World Cup schedules

    From today onwards FIFA World cup 2010 going to start and there is already a lot of craze among the soccer fans across the world. Being a hardcore soccer fan, you can find a nice way to keep a schedule of all the matches in your hard drive using Microsoft Excel. I am pretty sure that usually we need...
  • Blog Post: Tutorial : Using Internet Free/Busy (IFB) information – Series # 3

    With continuation from the previous free/busy article 1 & 2 , now we will see how to view other people’s free/busy information on the internet; also how to set the free/busy search path for a specific contact using Internet Free/Busy (IFB) feature & ical. How to view other people's free...
  • Blog Post: Tutorial : Internet Free/Busy (IFB) & ical – Series # 2

    With continuation from the previous free/busy article , now we will focus on Internet Free/Busy (IFB) feature & ical. What is Internet Free/Busy or IFB? It is a feature in Outlook 2007 and in Outlook 2003 that allows you to see when others are free or busy so that you can efficiently schedule meetings...
  • Blog Post: Tutorial : Free/Busy data - Series # 1

    Publishing Free/Busy data: Free/busy data is published information that contains a user's personal availability data based on the user's schedule. Microsoft Exchange Server uses the information extensively when users schedule meetings. Exchange Server 2003 stores free/busy information in a dedicated...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2003 & Public folders

    Some organizations use public folders heavily, while others do not. The degree to which public folders are used in your organization may have a large effect on how you plan for migration and coexistence of public folders and the data stored therein. Factors to consider include: • The total number of...
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