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I have a multi organization exchange server 2000 running. Clients running outlook 2003 would like to use cache mode but whenever you turn cache mode on you get only one GAL showing (this is say always company A’s GAL) Meaning if you are a member of company B,C,D ect. they all get company A’s GAL. If you uncheck the cached mode option and restart outlook all companies get the correct GAL.
In a word HELP!
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From my understand, in cache mode Outlook uses offline address book. Have checked the offline address book folder on ESM?
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Yes look like it was me not thinking ESM go to mail store and set OAB seems ok but I think I am still going to recive a sync error at the end of doing a full sysnc with the server, but thats a different problem, Thanks for the pointer though.
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