How to modify Exchange Alias. Outlook is presenting different Alias than Global Address Book

I have an employee whose Email account was spelled incorrectly when he started, JANBER instead of JNABER.  I have since corrected this in Active Directory Users and Computers but when you start typing his name in Outlook 2003 it still says JANBER.  I have also poured through ADSIedit and everything looks good.  Short of deleting his account and recreating it, anyone have an idea?  I have tried recreating my local profile in Outlook.  It even looks fine if you preview the Global Address Book (see attached picture.)  Exchange 2003 SP2 running on Windows Server 2003
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remove the outlook cache file.

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thelink12Author Commented:
That did not work.  I have tried deleting the cache with no luck.  I did find a legacyExchangeDN in ADSIedit which had the incorrect spelling.  I tried changing it manually and it caused email to fail for that account.  Might have to just recreate the accounts.
If you removed the outlook cache file do a GAL update on clients. otherwise it will take little time to show you the change (24-72 hours), if your using cache mode

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thelink12Author Commented:
I have removed the cache and even set up a new Outlook profile on a new computer.  Same thing is happening.  I have even rebuilt the GAL.  Very strange.
thelink12Author Commented:
Only way to do this without having the computer here was some serious AD Editing.  Decided it wasnt worth it.  Sorry to have wasted your time.
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