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Setting up a mac network, how to make everything in sync?


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hi everyone,
i have a couple of questions, and actually i drew a little diagram, makes it much easier to understand what solution i'm looking for.

http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/3855/macsza0.jpg

in a few words, we are setting up a network with xServe, 2 new iMacs and a new Macbook pro, plus two new iphones. We would like to have one shared calendar between all three systems, being able to add/edit events with new iphones and check emails. currently we are using Outlook, but not sure if new XServe would support MS Exchange. based on the diagram, is it possible to make it run like that?

all you answers and suggestions are greatly appreciated!


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Member Since: Jun 05, 2008
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hi everyone,
i have a couple of questions, and actually i drew a little diagram, makes it much easier to understand what solution i'm looking for.

http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/3855/macsza0.jpg

in a few words, we are setting up a network with xServe, 2 new iMacs and a new Macbook pro, plus two new iphones. We would like to have one shared calendar between all three systems, being able to add/edit events with new iphones and check emails. currently we are using Outlook, but not sure if new XServe would support MS Exchange. based on the diagram, is it possible to make it run like that?

all you answers and suggestions are greatly appreciated!.

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