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I work for a small company and we are using the basic version of Google Enterprise Mail. Which makes it very nice for us to keep organized email accounts. The problem we are having is keeping all the contacts organized.

Seems as though each account in Enterprise mail has its own contacts, we need a way to sync all the contacts between the company, so if I for instance have a new contact and enter it, everyone else can contact that person also.

Is there a simple solution to this? If not what is the best thing that could be done. We cannot have much downtime or extremely complicated API's and days spend in the coding lab.

Thank you very much for your time!
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not sure, but I would open up one account that is shared and has all the contacts.

All new contacts are created there

Other options are to look at some of the online options for synching contacts.

I hope this helps !
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