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Limiting contacts synced to mobile device

Posted on 2007-11-26
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Hi,

I have an Exchange 2003 server syncing my Exchange data to a mobile Motorola Q. Everything works fine, but I would like to filter the contacts being synced to my phone. Is there any way to do this via Exchange?
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Question by:BuddhaNature
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Contacts is an all or nothing setting, so the only way that you could limit the contacts would be to create another contacts folder, set it as an Outlook Address book and then move the contacts you don't want to sync to that folder.

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