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Using exchange 2010, need to set the default costom view for a Cotacts List

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We are using exchange 2010, and I have set up a public folder with a company contacts lists in. I want to set default view to be a modified list view for every one.

How do I do that.
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You have to go through individual computers to take care of it
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