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Import Exchange 2007 contacts into SBS 2008 Fax & Scan

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Is there a way to import an exchange 2007 contact list into contacts on SBS 2008 that can be read by Windows Fax?  We'd like to use the exchange address book for fax numbers instead of re-entering all fax numbers into SBS contacts.  Thanks
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I'm not sure what you mean by SBS contacts, but you can export any Exchange related contacts list in Outlook by using the Export Wizard and exporting to a PST file. You can then import it by performing a similar action using the Oulook Import Wizard

You can also export to a CSV file and import to Active Directory using CSVDE
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/327620
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