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I have a question... (why else would i be on here??)

I have a public folder in exchange 2010 that i use as a corporate directory. I want to replicate this public folder to everyone's contacts in exchange. The main reason i want to do this is so people can get their contacts on their Active Sync devices...
Any thoughts or ideas on how to do this?
When we were on exchange 2003, we used a program called ADD2EXCHANGE - but i want to get away from using it.
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I believe you still need an application as i suspect you  want to Sync the contacts, not just copy all every time ?
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i am looking for automation, not just a manual copy
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have you had a look at other Exchange apps ... http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/sync-mail.asp

lists Add2Exchange which is client based where you are looking for a server based method.

CodeTwo Exchange Sync and EnterpriseSync may suit.

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The code two application looks pretty good - i am going to test that out. It is cheaper than Add2Exchange in the long run.

thanks for the input.
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testing codetwo
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