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Maybe someone here can help...

I work for a small business and we want to have a central company calendar that can sync to all of our computers. The publish feature will not work for us because we all want to be able to edit the central calendar as clients request changes.

We all have separate .mac accounts and would prefer to keep it that way to retain all of our personal settings. Switching between a personal .mac account and a central .mac account just seems like it would be a pain, especially if we were having to do it several times a day.

Is there anything we can do to make this work?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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Something like BusySync would work.

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Is there anything that can sync without being on the same network? Most of us work from home and are only rarely in the office.

Google Calendar is great, but it doesn't seem to carry all of the alerts and details over when syncing.
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