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Lesson 19. Understanding Replication > Replicating the Address Book

Replicating the Address Book

You have two Address Books. Your Personal Address Book, which has your name on it, contains all your personal contacts. It resides on your hard disk. The Public Address Book is the one with the organization's name on it, and it contains all the names of the people in your organization. When you are connected to the network in the office, you have access to this Address Book, which resides on the server.

Because the Public Address Book resides on the server, you can't access it remotely until you call in to the server. This could cause problems for you in addressing mail or selecting names of people in the organization for database selections. Although you can select people in the Public Address Book and copy and paste them into your Personal Address Book, it would be far easier to have a copy of the Public Address Book that you can replicate. Depending on the size of your company, however, the Public Address Book can be a large database. You don't really need everything in that Address Book, you need people's names and addresses. Therefore, when you replicate the Public Address Book, you only want to replicate the Minimal Address Book.


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