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MAPI Client with no Global Address Book

Posted on 2011-02-21
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We are running Exchange 2003 sp2.
I have a requirement to setup a consultant to send/recieve emails within our domain and not having access to our internal global address book.
we have different version of outlooks but using outlook you cannot disable the GAL.
Is there any 3rd party mapi client available which will work with exchange 2003 and will NOT display GAL?


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Why not use pop/imap?
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I'm using Exchange 2003, will this work?
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