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Synchronize LinkedIn contacts with Lotus Notes Domino

Christine Herbert, Senior Editor

If you're a LinkedIn.com fan like me, you'll love SearchDomino.com contributor Michael Kinder's new freeware tool called the LinkedIn Contact Importer that, aptly enough, synchronizes LinkedIn.com contacts with Lotus Notes Domino.

The current version is 1.01.00. Mike is currently working on version 1.02.00, which will enable import and export synchronization. The import feature will work between LinkedIn, GMail, Yahoo, Outlook, and Outlook Express. Export will be available between all of them as well (except LinkedIn, because it does not accept imports).

A full-fledged LinkedIn Toolbar for Lotus Notes Domino is in the works as well.

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This was first published in September 2007

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