Profile importing from a 3 party application to Sharepoint 2010

Posted on 2011-03-16
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I use Dominos mail server for my email system and also use clarity(from CA). Is it possible to import user profiles from either of these applications to Sharepoint 2010? I am aware that is possible for AD but since we dont have much info of our users on them, just wondering if this option is possible. Any clues?
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Thanks for this. Apologies was away on training. I need to import just the address book information. Anything related specifically to that?


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Dear All,
Any ideas on this? :( :(

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