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Default IMPORT DATA FROM EXCHANGE , OUTLOOK or AD

Does anyone know if there is a way to import EXCHANGE, OUTLOOK, or ACTIVE DIRECTORY (AD) data directly into SQL SERVER??

I know it can be done easily in MS Access, but I'm using SQL Server 2000. I need it to be automatically & periodically done, just like a scheduled job.

Hope somebody can help.

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Hello,

How do you do it easily in Access? If you can do it with access, then import to access, then import access data into SQL Server.

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