Why not just set up IIS and WebDAV?
Well I could do that, but the person I'm wanting to share it to will need to use the OneNote Web App, so it wouldn't get me any closer. :-)
What I mean is if you expose it as a WebDAV "file share," OneNote can sync up that way (as it does with SharePoint). That's what I use to share notebooks with others that aren't on my network (and between my desktop and laptop, for when I'm not at home).
Well yeah, but I just use a network share for that, no changes will be made either end without it being synced first anyway for my own usage.
I would be using SharePoint on my SBS box for it if the guy I work with on this actually used Windows and has a copy of OneNote - which he doesn't, hence why I need the storage on Live SkyDrive and the web-client of OneNote. :-)
Ah...yes, the other party not actually using OneNote is indeed a handicap...
Have you thought about both setting up a dropbox from getdropbox.com? The free 2GB storage should be plenty of space to share OneNote notebooks, has clients for *nix, Windows, & Mac hardware, and will automatically update any changes made to whatever pc you have the shared dropbox folder on.
Comment from: Stefano Visitor
Paul - Any updates on this from Microsoft? I am waiting to use 2010 but the lack of SkyDrive is preventing me. Is it me or is the information (or lack thereof) coming out of Microsoft nonexistent?
Hello Stefano - nothing official I guess it'll come online when the Office Web Apps go final - whenever that is.
Just a quick update, this all seems to be up and running now.