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Kevcorbett asked for advice on linking Microsoft Exchange 2010 to Domino in order to sync address books. Any pointers?
In my company we're considering leaving MS CRM v3.0 (we've just been using two of its features: address book and task management. Only.) As the license prices of CRM are quite high we've thought it might be a pretty nice idea to try to figure out if there's a possibility to configure Exchange 2007...
In our environment there was a lady who updated all her contacts (for her and all corporate) with phone numbers, mailing address, names etc... for both internal and external contacts. We are running exchange 2007 and I want to import the internal contacts info to our GAL but not the external...