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Free-Busy Folder 50504-0002 Free-Busy Folder 50504-0002 Free-Busy Folder - $0.00 Version 50504-0002
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Make use of Outlook's Free/Busy information when scheduling appointments without buying the expensive Exchange Server. This exchange server alternative allows you to view the busy times of your co-workers.

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If you use Outlook in a small office, you've probably wished more than once for a way to use the scheduling features. It just doesn't seem worthwhile to drop a lot of cash on the Exchange Server when there are only a handful of employees. There are alternatives which make use of IMAP folders, but these can be hard to deploy.

Free/Busy Folder is a viewer program which allows you to remotely interact with your co-workers schedules with freebusy data published automatically from Outlook. It has lots of great features like interactive time zones, searching for specific individuals, day-at-a-glance, and more.

Take a look at how I implement this script for my office by clicking the [try] link below. If you would like to see another feature, please don't hesitate to ask.

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I like FreeBusy. We've set it up for our staff on our local server, and it works great. Great script!
John Hardford


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