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Client's using Outlook 2007 and wants to see the global address book in Outlook. If I do a import/export then it will be outdated. How can I set this up to be 'in real time'?

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you can enable LDAP, within smartmail or by setting up LDAP account in outlook
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If LDAP is enabled, will the contacts automatically come with the mail? Or do I have to create a separate account?


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