POP3 Account and Address book

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Hello All,

I'm using POP3 accounts in my company and I've configured outlook to use

these accounts like you work using Exchange Server.

My problem is, when you compose a new mail you have to type the full email

address there is no address book we can refer to for email address.

Is there is any solution for this problem.

Thanks
 
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Roady [MVP]

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> I'm using POP3 accounts in my company and I've configured outlook to use
> these accounts like you work using Exchange Server.


What do you mean by this? A POP3 account is not the same as an Exchange

account nor does it provide Exchange features.

Anyway, add the addresses you need to the Contacts folder and verify that

you have configured your Contacts folder to be included in the Address Book.

See http://www.howto-outlook.com/faq/contactsinaddressbook.htm

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"Hosam Kamel" <HosamKamel> wrote in message

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> Hello All,

> I'm using POP3 accounts in my company and I've configured outlook to use
> these accounts like you work using Exchange Server.

> My problem is, when you compose a new mail you have to type the full email
> address there is no address book we can refer to for email address.

> Is there is any solution for this problem.

> Thanks
 
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SG9zYW0gS2FtZWw

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Hello Roady , Thanks for your replay

What i mean by " the same like Exchange" say I've 20 users so they emails

will be

user1@exchange .... and so on

I'm using the same user1@pop3

Just to simulate the exchange server.

For the below solution ,I've to do so for each machine , is there is a way

to centralize this ?

"Roady [MVP]" wrote:


> > I'm using POP3 accounts in my company and I've configured outlook to use
> > these accounts like you work using Exchange Server.

> What do you mean by this? A POP3 account is not the same as an Exchange
> account nor does it provide Exchange features.

> Anyway, add the addresses you need to the Contacts folder and verify that
> you have configured your Contacts folder to be included in the Address Book.
> See http://www.howto-outlook.com/faq/contactsinaddressbook.htm

> >

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> "Hosam Kamel" <HosamKamel> wrote in message
> news:5C74F05F-AC68-4C32-B698-AF7CE694E581@microsoft.com...
> > Hello All,
> > I'm using POP3 accounts in my company and I've configured outlook to use
> > these accounts like you work using Exchange Server.
> > My problem is, when you compose a new mail you have to type the full email
> > address there is no address book we can refer to for email address.
> > Is there is any solution for this problem.
> > Thanks


>
 
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Roady [MVP]

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Aha, you mean you have a standardized email address format for your company.

That is still something totally different from an Exchange email account ;-)

Centrally managing an environment of 20 users is a good thing however, there

is no centralized address list for POP3 accounts so you cannot configure

Outlook to use it either. You might want to take a look at Small Business

Server instead; that includes Exchange as well. Then you can centrally

manage your entire email infrastructure and a whole lot more.

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"Hosam Kamel" <HosamKamel> wrote in message

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> Hello Roady , Thanks for your replay

> What i mean by " the same like Exchange" say I've 20 users so they emails
> will be
> user1@exchange .... and so on
> I'm using the same user1@pop3

> Just to simulate the exchange server.

> For the below solution ,I've to do so for each machine , is there is a way
> to centralize this ?

> "Roady [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > > I'm using POP3 accounts in my company and I've configured outlook to
> > > use
> > > these accounts like you work using Exchange Server.

> > What do you mean by this? A POP3 account is not the same as an Exchange
> > account nor does it provide Exchange features.
>

>> Anyway, add the addresses you need to the Contacts folder and verify that
> > you have configured your Contacts folder to be included in the Address
> > Book.
> > See http://www.howto-outlook.com/faq/contactsinaddressbook.htm
>

>> > >

>

>
>
>
>
>
>
>> --->

>> "Hosam Kamel" <HosamKamel> wrote in message
> > news:5C74F05F-AC68-4C32-B698-AF7CE694E581@microsoft.com...
> > > Hello All,
> >> > I'm using POP3 accounts in my company and I've configured outlook to
> > > use
> > > these accounts like you work using Exchange Server.
> >> > My problem is, when you compose a new mail you have to type the full
> > > email
> > > address there is no address book we can refer to for email address.
> >> > Is there is any solution for this problem.
> >> > Thanks

>

>>
 
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