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Shared Outlook 2010 Contacts In Address Book

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Hi,
I have an SBS 2008 setup and my client would like to have one company contacts list that everyone can access via Outlook. It will also be required to show up in the Address Book when sending an email.

Could you let me know the best way to achieve this?

Thanks
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by:danny1875
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You could set up an exchange public folder contact list and export any contacts to that list. Right click the public contact list, click 'properties', click the 'outlook address book' tab and select 'show this folder as an e-mail address book'

Hope this helps
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by:Quarm
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How do I create the public folder contact list and setup the permissions?
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Follow the article below and you should be all set. Its an easy process.

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF018.html
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