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E2K3 - Active Directory Contacts not visible in any address list

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Hi all. I have an Exchange 2003 (SP1) server running on a Windows 2003 Server.

I have recently added a number of mail enabled contacts to our AD but I cant see them from Outlook. In ESM when I test the "All Contacts" filter, it finds them, but not Outlook.

Anything else I am missing?

Andrew
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you have outlook setup to connect to an exchjange server, not a pop3 or imap server, right? and when you do the check names thing, it underlines the server name?
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by:andrewharris
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Ha Ha...Yes...COuld have mentioned that couldnt I :-/

Turned out to be an issue with AD Permissions. Ran setup/domainprep and all was fine.

Thanks anyways.

Regards

Andrew
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