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Distribution group in Exchange 2003

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Hello guys I am having a problem with my Global Adresslist

I recently built few Distribution groups in my active directory, but Global adress list doesn´t show me them (outlook 2003).   But I can see them in all groups in the adress list.

This was no problem before , but now I suddenly can´t see the groups.

* I have removed the mark from hide from exchange adress list in active directory.
*  Also I rebuild the Recipient update services
* I checked the Asdi edit for the group and saw nothing strange there I think.
* I got the Owner permission of the group.

Any suggestions would be fantastic.
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kristinaw earned 2000 total points
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check to see if the Outlook client is in cached mode. Take it out of cached mode and check to see if you can see the DL. Try to view the DL in OWA.

Kris.

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by:Finnbogi80
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Worked,  

This was almost to easy LOL.


Thanx.
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