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  • Common Address Book Using Outlook 2003

    Hi, i am a new member here..hope u guys can help or give a solution.

    Our firm use Microsoft outlook 2003.and we have pop3 server,net core looking after our emails.

    we have 3 offices Mumbai,Delhi,Kolkatta...what we want is to have a common address book...which can be used by all the 3 offices..like a common database stored on a server...and any one can add or delete in that Addressbook..

    Is there any feature in Microsoft outlook itself or any addin or plugin available that can achive our need.

    thanks in advance
    Varun

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    Re: Common Address Book Using Outlook 2003

    The obvious add-in is Microsoft Exchange
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Re: Common Address Book Using Outlook 2003

      Originally posted by varunk View Post
      Hi, i am a new member here..hope u guys can help or give a solution.

      Our firm use Microsoft outlook 2003.and we have pop3 server,net core looking after our emails.

      we have 3 offices Mumbai,Delhi,Kolkatta...what we want is to have a common address book...which can be used by all the 3 offices..like a common database stored on a server...and any one can add or delete in that Addressbook..

      Is there any feature in Microsoft outlook itself or any addin or plugin available that can achive our need.

      thanks in advance
      Varun
      Simple answer is no. You need an MTA to achieve that. Preferably as already said MS Exchange.

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