can browse outlook contact list using outlook 2003 client but not outlook 2007 contact

We are using a 3rd party package that allows us to browse the global address book as well as our contacts via LDAP.   We are using exchange server 2007.    I am one of the few that have the 2007 outlook client and I can browse the global address book but not my contacts.   One of my co-workers who is running the 2003 outlook client has no problems browsing his contacts.  Is there a setting in the outlook 2007 client?
johnnyg123Asked:
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David LeeCommented:
Hi, johnnyg123.

What's the connection between the 3rd party package and being able to browse your contacts?  Are you saying that the third party package allows the employee to browse their contacts but not yours?  Or are you saying that you think the 3rd party package may be what's keeping you from browsing your contacts?
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johnnyg123Author Commented:
Hi BlueDevilFan,

my coworker is able to view his contacts with the 3rd party package and is using the 2003 outlook client

I cannot view my contacts with the 3rd party package and I am using the 2007 outlook client

Far as I can tell the version of the outlook client is the only differnce
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David LeeCommented:
The difference is probably in the third-party package.  What's its name?
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johnnyg123Author Commented:
We have decided to throw in the towel and just use the outlook 2003 client which seems to work fine.

The name of the 3rd party package is Astute Epower center
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