I have a requirement within my network to have a Shared Contact Database
that is accessible and can be modified by the users, effectively creating a
Contact "pool" for the sales guys.
After hours of trying to figure this out I am resorting to asking the
question. Please Help!
Just like the MCSE exams here is the requirements:
Senario: Medium sized internet computer sales company would like to
collaborate individual staff members' contacts into a centeral area using
Exchange Server 2000. The managers of the company would prefer that some
contacts will only be visible by some staff members. Using Windows 2000
Professional with Outlook 2000 running off a Windows 2000 Server machine
with Exchange Server
- The Mircosoft Exchange Server (which is also our PDC) must contain a
detailed contact database of our customers as a tool for sales reps.
- The database must be ready and capable for client machines to read, modify
and add contacts at thier own discresion.
- It would be preferable to have permissions for view control or filters on
certain contacts at a per user level. I.e. Managers have ability to see all
contacts, Accounts see account contacts, sales see customers etc.
If you have any ideas how I might get this completed or any clues I might
use I would greatly appreciate the assistance.
Thanks for your time and best regards,