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Exchange 2003, Using OWA all employees do not show up in global address list

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I am running Exchange 2003 on a Windows 2003 Standard Ed server. My question is, when using the outlook web access (OWA), I do not see all of the employees of our business in our global address list. I know that, by default, OWA only displays a certain number of objects, but there is a way to change the number of objects shown using the registy. I have done this in the past, but have forgotten where exactly it was. Please let me know how to increase the objects shown in the global address list when using OWA. Thanks in advance.
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You can change the number of users shown in the results of a search using the owaadmin tool which is a free download from Microsoft. Much easier than hacking around in the registry.

Simon.
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