Exchange Server create new profile

I want to be able to share a contacts folder with all the users on the network under CW.  I've read that Exchange server must be installed.
When I add exchange server as a new profile; (menus) tools-services-add.  The exchange server dialog box under the general tab has a txtbox (exchange server, mailbox)
when starting: automatically detect connection and so on.

What is the exchange server text box asking?? Is this the name of the exchange file, do I create a new file name, is it the location and name of the computer?  

What do I type in this box ?????
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VinceACommented:
That's asking for the name of your Exchange Server (which is a Windows NT machine running the MS Exchange Server package - a separately priced component of MS's BackOffice family). Without one of those you're best off using NetFolders to share data. There's a little more detail here:
http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/share.htm
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