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How to create a central repository for Thunderbird Contacts

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Hello Experts,

I have a small windows workgroup with 8 clients; all clients use Thunderbird for e-mail.  I would like to have a "master" list of contacts on one client and have all other clients' address books populate with these data.  If I make any additions to the "master" address book, I need the other clients to automatically update theirs as well.  How would I go about implementing this?

Thanks so much,
Mike
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No really simple solutions, but a number of options are listed at http://kb.mozillazine.org/Sharing_address_books
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Thanks for the solution!
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