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3 From the drop-down list, choose Microsoft Exchange Conferencing. Outlook changes
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the meeting form slightly as shown in Figure 20-30.
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Choose Microsoft Exchange Conferencing from the drop-down list.
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4 If all of the attendees are using Exchange Conferencing Server, clear the Allow Addi
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tional Attendees Or Users Without Trusted User Certificates To Join The Conference check box. To include external users in the meeting, select this check box and then enter the password for the conference in the Password field.
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5 Make sure you add all of the attendees to the To field, then click Send to send the
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meeting request.
For more information on using NetMeeting to participate in the meeting, see the previous sections.
Scheduling Meetings and Resources
Meeting Through Windows Media Services
Microsoft Windows Media Services is included with Microsoft Windows 2000 Server and Microsoft Windows Server 2003 to add streaming capabilities to those server platforms. Windows Media Services can stream on-demand and scheduled streams from existing content, and can also deliver live streams. Therefore, organizations can use Windows Media Services to deliver canned or live conferencing feeds. For example, an organization might use Media Services to deliver a live keynote address by a corporate officer to different divisions within the company. Note Windows Media Services does not provide a mechanism for whiteboard or applica tion sharing. However, you can certainly use a combination of Windows Media Services to provide a canned or live stream and a separate NetMeeting event to provide collaboration capabilities. However, bandwidth will certainly become an issue if you are streaming a feed and trying to collaborate with NetMeeting at the same time. Outlook includes the capability to schedule these online feeds. Users access streams hosted by a Windows Media Services server through the stream s URL. The same is true for online meetings hosted through Windows Media Services. The server, depending on its configura tion, can stream through HTTP, Microsoft Media Service (MMS) protocol, or both. When you specify the URL, you include the protocol at the beginning of the string, just as you do with a Web URL such as http://www.microsoft.com. The URL for an online meeting takes the following form: <protocol>://<server>/<PublishingPointAlias> The <protocol> portion of the URL is replaced by http if the meeting is streamed using HTTP and mms if streamed using the MMS protocol. The <server> portion references the IP address or fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the Windows Media Services server hosting the publishing point. <PublishingPointAlias> is the alias that the Windows Media Services administrator has configured for the stream on the server. Follow these steps to initiate a meeting that includes a Windows Media Services stream:
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1 In Outlook, start a new meeting request. 2 On the Appointment tab of the meeting form, select the This Is An Online Meeting
Using option, then choose Windows Media Services from the drop-down list.
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3 In the Event Address field (see Figure 20-31), enter the URL for the stream.
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Figure 20-31.
Enter the URL for the Windows Media Services stream.
4 If you want Windows Media Player to open automatically and Outlook to remind you
about the meeting five minutes prior to its start, select the Automatically Start Windows Media With Reminder check box.
5 Enter additional fields as necessary, including the recipients in the To field, then click
Send.
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Managing Your Tasks
Working with Tasks in the Tasks Folder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 581 Assigning Tasks to Others. . . . . . . . . . . 590 Viewing and Customizing the
Tasks Folder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 597
Working with Tasks in Other Ways . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 602
Microsoft Outlook 2003 offers a broad selection of tools to help you manage your work day, including e-mail; a way to manage appointments, meetings, and events; a handy method of creating quick notes; and a journal for tracking projects, calls, and other items. All these tools are often related to creating and completing tasks. For example, writing this book was a long string of tasks to be completed: drawing up the outline, writing each chapter, and reviewing edits, for starters. In your job, your tasks during the average day are no doubt different. Perhaps they include completing contracts, making sales calls, writing or reviewing documents, completing reports, developing Web sites, or developing program code. Some tasks take only a little time to complete, whereas others can take days, weeks, or even months. Outlook provides the means not only to track your own tasks, but also to manage those tasks you need to assign to others. This feature is a much more efficient and effective way to manage tasks than using a notebook, sticky notes, or just your memory. You can set reminders and sort tasks according to category, priority, or status to help you view and manage them. This chapter examines the Tasks folder and its related features. In addition to learning how to manage your own tasks, you ll also learn to assign and manage tasks for others.
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