And thus since the Media Card is encrypted can be secure for the company as well.
If you meet the browser requirements, check for a browser message on your screen prompting you to run an add-on.
Once you do so, you should see a “Check for Updates” button here.
Sure other phone manufacturers found a work around buts its still messy.
ie Sony Ericsson (cleanest I've seen yet) Typical/w (for WOrk contact) 555-5555 Typical/h (for Home contact) 555-5555 Typical/e (for Email contact) I'm wondering if in OS 5 this will ALL change if it supports N. 3G along with newer use of USIM cards with more than 100MB memory within them.
Outlook Social Connector is normal - I have it on my contacts as well.
Microsoft Support has an article on offline address books which may be helpful in this situation..appears you have cached mode turned on (it is by default on the clients) The Outlook Social connector (Free with Outlook 2010/2013) will do what you are asking for.
This will update contact information, pictures, phone numbers, etc. Now you have the most up-to-date information from Active Directory in your local address book. Under Send/Receive Groups, you should see an option to "Download Address Book." Now you will be prompted for a few options, and you can choose to update from the Global Address List (this is how your AD should push out contacts). I download the full address book and it loads for a couple of seconds. I open some contact which I haven't updated yet, click on update - it is updated.
Also the Update button seems to have to do something with "Outlook Social Connector" - see the other screenshot I added?
From there, right-click any selected contact and choose "Add to Contacts".