Did you ever find a solution to this? I have over 1000 contacts in Outlook (eExchange). When I import, only 149 of them are imported. As I look at them, they seem to be contacts I have modified more recently.
Not yet. However I did find that 9.1.1 (which we are running) does not officially support Exchange 2010 SP3 (which we are on). While most things work, we are going to update to 9.1.2 (which officially supports it) then we will open a TAC case if it doesnt resolve it.
So after much back and forth with TAC and getting the right people involved, there's a hard limit of 150 on Cisco's side. We are putting in a PER with our partner, but I'm guessing this is a "don't hold your breath" situation Its too bad this isn't documented anywhere and wasted a lot of my time and their time.
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