Address List

Posted on 2004-04-28
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I have an exchange server at our main office.  At branch offices the users send/receive via the exchange server using pop3.  I need a way to share a Contacts folder in Outlook with all the users.  Each branch has a 2k DC with AD.  I have seen something about LDAP but could find anything about how to set it up.
Question by:gabe23
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ID: 10941556
What about setting up a Public Folder that can be accessed by all that has the contacts in it?  A public folder can be used as the Outlook ADdress Book on a person by person basis if they wish.
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ID: 10941563
This will help if you want to go in that direction:

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I need my pop3 clients to be able to have a Global address list.  From what I understand, they cannot user Public folders the are hosted by the exchange server.
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ID: 10941829
A Global Address List (GAL) only contains the exchange users in your organization (with some modifications based on internal groups etc)  Is that what you are looking for? If so:  Making the Exchange Server GAL Portable
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ID: 10942673
You may add a LDAP directory
OL2002: Email Accounts/Add a new directory/Add LDAP and point to one of your DCs

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by:Pushpakumara Mahagamage
ID: 10946608
you can export address to pst

and then give pst to branch office users

and then they can use there emails at pst as outlook address book

Author Comment

ID: 11262463
I guess I was still waiting for more info on LDAP and setup.  I will close the question if you would like.

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