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No longer in the global address list after recreating email account.

MrBean
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Any thoughts? All I did was right click my name in AD, goto exchange tasks, chose delete and remote all atributes. I then recreated it, I can send/recieve email, but I am no longer in the GAL.

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Pete LongTechnical Architect
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your having a world of problems this week :)

open exchange administrator, right click your mailbox, click advanced and ensure "Hide from GAL" in not ticked

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I dont know if you've seen my posts yet or not .... but, I now have 4 mailbox's and I can't access any of them. Both through IIS, and the physical location on the HDD. I'm trying to access them, but get : "Unable to enmuerate files and directories because the following error occured : The system can not find the path speficied". I try to delete it and get : "Cannot delete file: Cannot read from the source file or disk."

Good stuff

So I can't check to see if Hide from GAL is present or not. I am clueless to as how my email is working, because of those 4 folders, none of them are storing my email. No idea where my mail is going right now ...
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haha, it just appeared again ... WEIRD
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