Get Outlook (or other address book program) to read address book of mac user

Posted on 2009-04-18
Last Modified: 2013-11-11
I use an Xserve setup for all of my mac users however some folks want to use their windows machines.  When a use logs on on a mac all of their address book contents come with them.  Is there a similar way to do that on the windows side without microsoft exchange?
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    In Outlook or Outlook Express, you can add your LDAP(in your case OD) directory for lookups for contacts...See the screenshot below


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