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Old 04-21-2004, 06:21 AM   #1
ythevenot
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Question share global address book


Hi all,


I'm planning to install a web server for a company with around 200 clients.
I'm thinking about installing postfix or qmail, but my main concern is about the clients.
They are using microsoft office 97 and do not want to upgrade. I planned to install an IMAP server for the emails services but i'm looking for a solution to share the global address book...

They are actually using microsoft post office. The main problem is outlook 97 does not support LDAP.

How can i share the global address book?
May i have some compatibilities issues between outlook 97 and the IMAP server?

Any information or advices are welcome.

Thanks in advance to all,

Yannick
 
  


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