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Is there a way to consume and display a global address list from Exchange in Sharepoint 2013?  Both Exchange and Sharepoint are cloud hosted.  Thank you.
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I am not sure this is possible. The only work-a-round I know of is to export your GAL to a csv file (from an outlook client) and then import this as a list into sharepoint

http://help.outlook.com/en-US/140/ms.exch.ecp.CSVImportContactsWizardLearnMore.aspx
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Thanks you.
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