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Synchronisation between 2007 & 2003 task lists

Between three of my collegues we share a joint mailbox where our tasks are schedule. Since one of us has been upgraded to office 2007 we find that when he looks at the list, the tasks refresh and all tasks that have been maked as complete by other people on 2003 are now changed to incomplete and visa versa.

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Hi t_kingston
Just one more of the incompatibilties between office 2007 and 2003. You will either all have to upgrade to 2007 or the one person will have to down grade back to 2003.

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