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You can use group schedules as a starting point for setting up a meeting or sending an e-mail message. Figure 19-46 shows some of the available options. When you choose one of these options, Outlook opens a new meeting request form or a message form, and you can create the meeting request or the message just as you normally would in Outlook.
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You can take a variety of actions based on the group schedule information.
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If you don t have Exchange Server in your organization, you can still publish your free/busy information to enable others, whether inside your organization or outside of it, to view that information for scheduling purposes. As explained earlier in this chapter, Outlook can publish to FTP, HTTP, or file URLs. Which type you choose depends on the availability of such servers in your network, whether outside users need access to the free/busy information, and firewall and security issues for incoming access to the servers. For example, if your network does not allow FTP traffic through its firewalls but does allow HTTP, then HTTP would be the choice for your free/busy server. However, keep in mind that publishing and searching are two different tasks that can use two different methods. You might have users internal to the network publish using a file URL to a shared network folder, but outside users would access the information by HTTP. Naturally, this means that the target folder for publishing the free/ busy information must also be a physical or virtual directory of the Web URL that outsiders use to view free/busy information. If your free/busy server must be located on the other side of a firewall from your users, FTP or HTTP would be a logical choice for publishing.
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Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Inside Out After you decide the type of access methods you need to provide for publishing and viewing free/busy information, it s a simple matter of setting up the appropriate type of server. There are no requirements specific to free/busy data for the server, so any FTP, HTTP, or file server will do the trick. Following are some points to keep in mind as you begin planning and deploying your free/busy server. Tip Host free/busy FTP or HTTP virtual servers You can use Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) running on Microsoft Windows 2000 Server or Microsoft Windows Server 2003 to host free/busy FTP or HTTP virtual serv ers. If you need no more than a maximum of 10 concurrent connections, you can use Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional or Microsoft Windows XP Professional to host the site.
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Set up the virtual server to allow both read and write permissions for the physical or virtual folder that will contain the free/busy data. For the best security, configure the server to require authentication and disallow anonymous access. However, you then need to provide authentication information to everyone who needs to access the server for free/busy information. Remember to configure NTFS permissions as needed to control access if the directory resides on an NTFS partition. The physical or virtual directory containing the free/busy data must be configured for both read and write permissions. If the directory resides on an NTFS partition, configure NTFS permissions as necessary to allow access to the directory as needed. You can disallow anonymous access if desired for greater security. Users who attempt to access the free/busy data are then required to provide a user name and password when publishing or searching.
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Configure folder and file permissions as needed to allow users to access the shared directory. For better security, place the folder on an NTFS partition and use NTFS permissions to restrict access to the folder and its contents as needed.
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