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Posted on 2011-03-08
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I'm sure this has been asked a thousand different ways but I can't seem to locate a clear cut answer that makes enough sense to me. We are running Exchange 2007. I am looking for a way to have one address list that everyone can access and make changes to. If one user updates and address then all users see that change. Can this be accomplished and if so, how can this be done?

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The easiset way to do is use a public folder where you can put the contacts and give permissions for teh user who can modify that public folder.
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As mboppe suggested, this is a very common question, but very common solution to use Public Folders and a shared Address Book.

We use this for all our client/customers.
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Would it be possible for someone to give the general steps required to accomplish this?
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To create the Public Folder use http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997965(EXCHG.80).aspx.

Then to create the Address Book or Calendar, logon via Outlook client.
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