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I have exchange 2003 in the environment and we're introducing APPLe MAC now. I was able to connect the apple mail application to the exchange using IMAP but I am unsure how to connect the MAC address book to the exchange contacts also the calendar. I saw a few blurbs but there're saying to go to the address book -> preferences then select synchronize with exchange. I do not have that option. Any ideas how to connect the address book and calendar?

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Snow Leopard iCal and Address Book only supports Exchange 2007 and 2010.  Exchange 2003 and prior are only supported by IMAP.  http://www.tuaw.com/2009/08/30/snow-leopard-and-microsoft-exchange-first-impressions/

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See this thread. With SBS 2003 you need to use MS Entourage for Mac:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/experts.jsp?newUser=true
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