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    Default Create a Rolodex (Public Contacts Folder)

    Hi all: We are currently using Exchange 2000 and Outlook 2003.
    We use a Public Folder configured as an Address book. This is how the powers that be want to look at the client list. It is basicly a Giant contact list, but it is stored and maintained at the Server level not at a user account.

    How do I do the same thing in Zimbra? Do I have to create a User that has this contact list and then share it out to everybody? Or do I create a folder some place in the Zimbra admin module and assign permissions?

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    I created a user and shared out the contacts.

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    Default Have you tried that with the Mobile software

    Most of our mobile users are used to seeing the two different lists. One personal and one public. I can see how shareing a special user would work, but how does that work through the Mobile software?

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    I'm not using the Zimbra mobile connection yet. However I tried a Nokia N95 syncing with Outlook and it did not sync the shared contacts to the phone.

    Our users have Treo 750 and Nokia N95 so I will trial the Zimbra mobile at some stage.

    Rey

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