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Using the Outlook Adressbook in Java

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Hi everybody,

I created an application which makes use of the JavaMail 1.4 framework from Sun. It is working
perfectly, but since the application is used by about 600 users in our company I need to implement
an address book to simplify the lookup for email addresses.

I thought it would make sense to implement the address book from our MS Exchange 2003 Server,
because every user has a mail account on this server.

Now to my Problem:
I tried to find free / open source connectors and frameworks for Java which offer a method to read
the address book from the MS Exchange 2003 Server, but I could not find any.

Does anybody know of a free or open source connector or framework that can provide this functionality
for the application? Or is there a way to read the address book with the Java Standard or JavaMail
framework?

Thanks and greets,
CB

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Try to read it in an LDAP way if possible. That version of Exchange may support it...
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