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Synching SBS 2003 Exchange Contacts with SBS 2003 Fax Server Contacts

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I have a single SBS 2003 server installed with SBS 2003 Exchange & SBS 2003 Fax Server installed.  I have created a public folder 'contacts list' and would like to synch this folder with the fax server contact list.  Is there any way that this can be configured to be done automatically through Exchange, the fax server or SBS 2003 server?
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U can do it by using interorg utility which is thr for folder folders data syncronization . thr is a article on technet for how to use it .

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/238573/en-us


This should resolve ur problem .


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