Exchange 2003 contacts data

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Exchange 2003
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I have exchange 2003 and outlook 2007/2010. Users use the contacts feature in outlook to hold customer data. However they also use the notes section of this incorrectly. We run a sales management system and all customer data must be put in this. However users still avoid this and use outlook contacts and the notes box. Is there anyway to block users from using this box. Its driving me mad.

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  • Gabe9527
    Are you able to block mail etc coming from the users directly? If so only allow connection to email via the application
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  • Adam2311
    I want them to have normal functionality, email, calendar, contacts and tasks. I just want the ability to stop them from using the notes section on a contacts details or even the ability to just wipe this box.
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  • Technochic
    Unfortunately I know way of disallowing this feature in Outlook. If there is not a GPO for it there isn't any other way to block it. Have you looked at Outlook GPOs to see what is available there?
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