I've been searching around and I can't seem to find anything that definitively says, "The Outlook Connector does this and doesn't do this..."
Here are the items that I thought were offered using the Outlook Connector on Office 2003 (NOTE: all of the items listed below are assumed to be available via Outlook directly):
1: Synched mailboxes
2: Synched calendars
3: Ability to share calendars via Outlook
4: Ability to modify share permissions on own shared calendars
5: Ability to view and edit shared calendars from other co-workers
Are any of these unrealistic or just wrong? If any of these items are not available through Outlook using the Outlook connector, what is the exact, approved method of performing these tasks?