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Old 10-30-2003, 09:02 AM   #1
viniosity
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shared address book?


I work for a small company (about 8 people) and, since it's windows based, we lose computers to viruses and general cookiness pretty regularly. Every time the procedure is the same - backup documents, backup emails, backup email addresses, and reformat.

I'm now using an IMAP server which lets me avoid the backup emails step. I'm also using a central file server which lets me avoid backing up documents. But, I'm still backing up email addresses and having to reimport them when I'm done.

Is there a way to avoid that too? Maybe something like an LDAP server that stores email addresses of 3rd parties? (on gnu/linux of course)
 
  


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