A third address book?


J

Jo Gjessing

Hi all,

In my business we use Outlook 2003 together with Exchange. Earlier we used
Lotus Notes/Domino. In Lotus Notes/Domino we had three address books, the
Lotus Notes/Domino address book (containing the users of the system and group
addresses), each user's personal address book - and one additional one with
contacts outside the business. In this last one we had a few group addresses
which people sent email to from outside Lotus Notes/Domino system. These
emails was then forwarded to all the members of the group.

Is it possible to do the same in Outlook/Exchange?

As in Lotus Notes/Domino we don't want to have all these people into the
common address book in Outlook/Exchange because they aren't users of our
system. Is it possible in Outlook/Exchange to have a third address book
accessible with full rights for all users allowing people outside the
business to send inn emails to a group and then have these mails distributed
to all the members of that group?

Our Outlook/Exchange experts aren't able to find the solution - but I'm
certain it must be one. Can you help? If you can, please let me know. On
beforehand thank you very much.

Jo
 
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Brian Tillman

Jo Gjessing said:
In my business we use Outlook 2003 together with Exchange. Earlier we
used Lotus Notes/Domino. In Lotus Notes/Domino we had three address
books, the Lotus Notes/Domino address book (containing the users of
the system and group addresses), each user's personal address book -
and one additional one with contacts outside the business. In this
last one we had a few group addresses which people sent email to from
outside Lotus Notes/Domino system. These emails was then forwarded to
all the members of the group.

Outlook has no address books, it has Contacts folders and, in the case of
Exchange, the Global Address List. You can create as many Contacts folders
as you wish and make them available for resolving addresses. Public Folder
contacts folders will be available to all.
 

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