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Invalid Bookmark - Exchange HTTP over RPC

sam_cogan
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I have an exchange server that hosts multiple domains. All domains can connect with their Mapi client to the server and work normally, except one domain that was added recently.
When you try and connect to the server using outlok, you get this error:
"this action could not be completed, the bookmark is invalid"

This happens at multiple locations, but only with that domain. Outlook has the same settings as the working accounts, except for the username.

Any help would be great

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I'm pretty sure there isn't a global catolog server in use, as there are only 2 servers, one dc and one exchange server. both on the same local network. Also its only doing it for one domain.
Hi mate.  There must be a GC in the network for AD to work.  I took a look around and found this forum post.  Are any of their suggestions helpful for you

http://forums.msexchange.org/m_140050000/tm.htm

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Turned out i the end to be a permissions problem with the global address list,

Thanks
Glad you fixed it Sam
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