Common address database in a mixed environment

Posted on 2007-10-15
Last Modified: 2010-03-06
We are using a mix of E-mail servers. Our main office uses Exchange while our branch offices use Postfix on a Linux server.
I wonder if/how we can create a common database containing all E-mail addresses and contact information that both systems can use. I want one source to enter this type of information and be available for everybody.
Our clients are all MS Outlook 2003.
Question by:twallstr
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    The closest I can come up with is mail enabled contacts and then use LDAP on the machines that are not connected to Exchange.


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