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Newbie - 1st mission of many - 2.Apr.2004 1:45:00 AM   
davidm

 

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Hi,

Just migrated from MDaemon to Exchange as part of W2003SBS. Intial impressions are 'bring back MDaemon all is forgiven'! No it's not that bad really, just strange and new.

My first job is to set up a public address book (full contacts if poss). I have saved my MDaemon contacts list in Outlook, how do i go about adding it to Exchange for all (2) users?

Many thanks in advance, cheers, Dave
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RE: Newbie - 1st mission of many - 2.Apr.2004 9:13:00 PM   
davidm

 

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Surely someone must have a tip on this?

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RE: Newbie - 1st mission of many - 3.Apr.2004 7:41:00 AM   
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If there's a lot of contacts the best thing is to create a public folder and place them in there.

If there's not too many then you could add them to AD as a Contact (set the email address type as SMTP). Doing this causes external contacts to show in the GAL.

[ April 03, 2004, 08:33 AM: Message edited by: Colin Walker ]

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