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    We are on the SWGFL 'list' to migrate from RM Easymail Plus to Office 365 for our e-mail services. Apparently there is a glitch currently with the migration which if migrated would result in some user accounts loosing messages they currently have stored in their various Easymail folders.

    My question is we have recently 'shared' an address book amongst staff. I'm not familiar with Office 365 but is there an ability within it to share an address book?

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    Either a shared folder in Exchange Online or a contacts folder in SharePoint would fit the bill. The latter is Microsoft's preferred way of doing things these days, but might be less convenient for webmail users.

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    you can use a gal or create an address list. or even use ABP.

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    The Global Address Book in Office365 will show all the contacts within your Office365. Is that what you are trying to do?

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    That'll be the one! Best I set up a trial account perhaps so I have an idea of father quirks likely to be thrown up.
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    The Global Address Book in Office365 will show all the contacts within your Office365. Is that what you are trying to do?

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