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I'm pretty Mac stupid so I was hoping one of ya'll would be able to help me. I have a user that is going over to webmail from the Mac Mail client, but I need to move all of her contacts and all of the email she sorted on her system back onto the mail server. Is there an easy way to do this? I figure I can copy all of her email on the system back into her inbox (messy, but it works) but how do I go about exporting/importing all of her contacts?
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My IT Indy

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Check out the iSync connector, this will do what you want.

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*facepalm*

Thanks, I knew there was an easy way that I was missing...

[Updated on: Thu, 15 November 2007 16:59]

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Laughing

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Apparently my users need educated on the differences between an "Auto-complete buffer" and their "Address Book". Anyone know if there is any way to snag that information?
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In Mail go to Window->Previous Recipients. That's the list it pulls from as well as your addressbook.

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