Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Microsoft Works: Better sharing than Outlook?

Found at the Queen's University School of Medicine Web site, the page I just viewed was last updated October 4, 2006:
"Microsoft Works 8 / 2006 ( believe it or not, has a better integrated calendar solution than Microsoft Outlook in many respects. If you currently own a copy of Microsoft Works 8 (2006), you can subscribe to iCalendar files in the "Works Calendar" and receive regular updates. We cannot confirm at this time whether or not it is possible to synchronize with your portable devices; however, we will be looking into this in the future."
Since then, Outlook 2007 came out, which lets you subscribe via iCal. Still...does anyone out there have experience sharing Microsoft Works calendars with others? How does it stack up?


Alex said...

Usually my contacts store on my computer in genelar folder for MS Outlook,but one day I copied it on flash,and data was damaged.But accidentally on next day in inet I saw-viewing .pst files.Tool is free as far as I remember,moreover utility can convert your file to a file with *.pst extension.

Alexis said...

My Outlook and files too were damaged because of viruses.But in one forum I found the good decision-recover pst contacts.Tool helped me in two minutes for free and I saw how tool extract contacts as *.vcf files, that can be further imported to any Personal Information Management (PIM) tool or Windows Address Book.