I have Jabber installed and I can see my contacts from LDAP without any issues. However, I can't see any of my personal contacts that exist in Outlook but are not part of our Global Address Book. Is there a way to make this work with Jabber?
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Here is some information from the Cisco product manager for Jabber for Windows that you may find helpful:
When a user searches for contacts in Cisco Jabber, the search includes Outlook contacts. Locally defined Outlook contacts are displayed in the search results and can be called. Outlook contacts can also be added to the Jabber contact list view. For incoming calls, Jabber will attempt to resolve incoming calls against local contacts.
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