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Group Policy to set GAL as default address book.

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In Outlook 2003 you can define the defaut address list.

Outlook > Tools > Address Book
Then in the Address Book window select Tools > Options

Does anyone know if and how to set this with a Group Policy? I don't see then in the Group Policy for Outlook 2003.

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i can't see it in the office pols either, it is probably not a gp tool
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