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Address Lists are not showing up in OWA

Posted on 2007-11-13
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Hello Experts:

At my sister company, I am using Exchange 2007 and I created a custom Address List using the Exchange Console.  I logged on to OWA and when to send a message and the only address list that is showing up is the Default addess list.  I cannot see All Contacts, All Groups, All Rooms, All Users.  Does anyone have any ideas as to why I can't see them in OWA 2007?

Thanks for the help
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I just finished a blog on address lists

http://exchange-genie.blogspot.com/

did you create a custom GAL or address list?
what steps did you uses?
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I did at one time experiment creating a address list using the Exchange Console.  But didn't keep the list and deleted it using the console.
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can you describe what you have done which caused the change?

You have to modify an attribute on the user object to scale down an address list for OWA, acls dont work unless you applied them on the server.

Are you running all the updates on Exchange? Did you deploy an early sp1 build?
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