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    Emma
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    Centralised Diary...HELP!

    We are an Integrated Marketing Agency of twelve employees.

    I was wondering if you could help please.I checked Outlook express for a centralised linked diary system and nearly fell out of my chair when I found out that it would cost 2.5 k per head!

    My task today is to find out if there are any cheaper software systems that would not only give us a centralised Diary but also a centralised customer database. I suggested using File Maker Pro and coming up with a macros in excel for the diary but although that would be cost effective it would also be time consuming. We would prefer a fully automated system that doesn't cost the earth and most importantly works with mac! Do you know of any?

    I'm also looking at finding an accounting package that would deal with everything from start to finish including templates etc. Any ideas gratefully recieved.


    Thank you.

    Regards
    Emma

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    Re: Centralised Diary...HELP!

    Have you thought of using MS outlook 2000 and sharing folders?

    Its quite easy to set-up and you can share the contacts list and the calendar.

    A cheaper solution might be Time & Chaos, this is a very cost effective product and the info can be shared.

    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.isbister.com/>Time & Chaos</A>

    I used Time & Chaos before changing to Office 2000.

    Two things:-

    I read somewhere that Sharing with Outlook will not be supported in the future. I don

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    Re: Centralised Diary...HELP!

    Oh! I just read your post again!

    Sorry, I don't know about Mac!!!

    I think Outlook will work with Mac, Don't know about sharing though,

    Time & Chaos, with Mac? I can nly suggest you look on isbisters site.

    Sorry.....

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