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Is there a process/software you can recommend to accomplish this?
If you don't mind the manual approach, Outlook lets you export your contacts as a PST file that your co-workers can import to their Outlook accounts.
Saving anything to them generates this error: "Sorry, we're having trouble opening this item.
This could be temporary, but if you see it again you might want to restart Outlook.
If I log into Outlook Web Access (OWA) I can see dozens of unread email throughout my folders, but in Outlook I have to click each folder individually to get it to synchronize. 1) I have to click each folder individually..you literally "select" the folder and it immediately syncs? 2) Does Outlook claim "ALL FOLDERS ARE UP TO DATE" in the status bar when you know they aren't?
Hello, I have an issue with Outlook 2016, I've got it running on a couple of user's PCs to test under our Office 365 Business Premium licencing (most of us are currently on Office 2013).
Each user still has his own separate contact list that other users can access from their Outlook profile, so there's no real syncing going on.
Of course, the changes each person makes to his contact list won't be apparent to the other users until the PST file has been re-exported with the updated information and then re-imported by each of the other users.
If you want to sync contacts in a corporate environment, your company might have an Exchange server you can sync Outlook contacts with.
This option may only be available if your i Phone or i Pad is connected to your internal corporate network.