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Unable to view all Contacts in Outlook 2003

Posted on 2007-11-26
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When either a user (user A) or myself try to view another user's (User B) Outlook contacts, not all of them are displaying.  The access to User B's contacts for myself & User A are identical.  Even though we cannot view all of the contacts, the number of contacts (1634), in the lower corner is the same, no matter who's profile you look at.  Any help with this would be appreciated.

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One thought .....
Contacts maked as private will not be viewable to the "delegates".
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Very true.  I just tested that sharing my contacts with another coworker, and got the same results.  I will test this tomorrow, and let you know the results..

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