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Is there a way to display BCM in OWA - Exchange 2010?

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Other than the user syncing the BCM data to a contact folder in their profile, can you natively access BCM in OWA 2010?  

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Sorry, better link here: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/use-records-in-business-contact-manager-HA010373469.aspx

It says "To do this, you must turn on Business Contact Synchronization"
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Same conclusion I came to myself, was hoping for a better way than syncronizing with the outlook profile.  IE native integration within OWA tat took you right to your BCM data.
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