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Outlook prints OU and not the display name.
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by:Americom
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Not sure if Outlook has anything to do with OU, does it? Or what exactly are you trying to do or expecting to see?
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What version of Outlook?
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by:frostburn
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Hi,
I assume you are trying to print out a list of users in exchange.
If so do the following:

Open System Manager and move down to the Mailbox Store > Mailboxes.  Then select "Export List" from the Action menu.
That will create a spreadsheet(xls) or text(txt) file of all the fields in the display.

Hope this helps
-FB
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Ithink we need more clarification of what the user is really trying to accomplish and what he is using to attempt this now.
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I was printing from Outlook 2000 and instead of the display name we got the full organsation name along the header. It was after an SBS 2000 to SBS 2003 migration (never again!). The problem seemed to disappear after the old SBS 2000 server was switched off but I never got to the bottom of it.
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