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Update Exchnage 2010 contacts from a SQL database source

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I am looking for a way to update Exchange 2010 non GAL contact list using CRM data stored in a SQL 2008R2 server, I assume the destination would be a public contact list.   Does anyone have any suggestions or experiences on the feasibility of this and whether or not it is even a possibility.

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Mike  
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Export data to Excel from SQL --> import excel output  into outlook and map the field the field --> once imported transfer to Public contact list..
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