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mDaemon mail server - Thunderbird clients - how to share address books

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Is it possible within this environment - mDaemon mail server and Thunderbird IMAP clients - to share address books?

Or to store individual address books in a remote location? ie not on the local workstation

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Mark
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Thank you moorhouse. I think a problem with that is that Thunderbird cannot edit records on the LDAP server is that right?
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However, Thunderbird Address Book format is apparently in LDIF format which can be directly imported into, or exported from, an LDAP server, but this has to be done manually (maybe it can be scheduled?).
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