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address book fields differ from those in the AD

Posted on 2006-11-15
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How come that when you open the address book in outlook you have more fields (assistant) than you do in the AD. How can you make these fields visable in the AD so that the information can be changed for outlook? we use the following
outlook 2003 SP2 and AD  2000
exchange 2003 SP2 - Cached mode

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David Lee earned 400 total points
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Hi vigge79,

> you have more fields (assistant) than you do in the AD
I don't know how you're looking at AD, but AD has far more fields than what is shown in Outlook.  What you see in Outlook is a very small subset of what's available in AD.  

Cheers!
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