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We are trying to download the global address book for MS-Outlook from the Exchange server.  The catch is, we are rolling this out for our field people and we have to do it by dialing in.  Is there a faster way of getting the address book to the notebooks?  I was told that when you first download this address book that it copies files down to the notebook and updates the registry.  Can we manually just copy these files onto a zip drive and modify the registry?
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damgaard earned 280 total points
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Hey John

The adressbook from Exchange 5.5 Server is stored as GAL
(Global Adress List ) Thry to find on the notebook theres is alredy syncronized. And the copyit to an new.
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