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    Default Making Groups in address book

    My users were using outlook for quite some time, to control worm activities, which use address book of outlook, i had implemented webclient to my users. In outlook, we hahve a option to create groups, like that in squirrelmail also we have plugin called add group. Know can I give a option to my users to make groups in address book?

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    The only way to do this today is create a distro list that is domain wide and admin maintained, or create a contact with comma/semi-colon separated addresses. So not true groups but a workaround until we have real groups.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Any news on Groups for Contacts as I am about to unveil Zimbra to the staff tomorrow and have just realised Groups don't exist!

    This is going to be a big bone of contention tomorrow!

    Alternatively, PLEASE integrate with Sugar!

    Russ

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