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At our small high school we use the (free) GMail school accounts for all students and faculty. Most of our users like to use Outlook. With Office 2003, we could maintain a master address book (PAB), which I could then distribute to everybody's Mail folder across our (Windows 2003 server) network....
How can i export address book located on MS outlook 2003, and use it in exchange 2007 global address book?
Can we import GLA to PAB?