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We use a Windows 2003 server and XP stations.

The server's LDAP is working ok, as I am able to retrieve the addresses it contains with Thunderbird.

I'd like to be able to ADD an address to the server's book (the address of a new contact that freshly wrote me, for example) directly from Thunderbird, but that doesn't seem possible.

What can I do ?

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You could make a Contact object in Active Directory if you had sufficient rights in the directory, but I would consider that unlikely.

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