All Groups show up in Delegates

Posted on 2009-04-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I cannot see Global Address List when I try to add a name in delegates. Only All Groups are shown.
Please advise.
Question by:etraxler
    LVL 47

    Assisted Solution

    Check that you have SP1 Installed:

    Check that you haev all Exchange Selections Selected
    Tools>Trust Centre>Add-Ins
    At the bottom, next to Manage change from COM Add-ins to Exchange Client Extensions> GO
    All should be checked.

    If they are not do so now.
    Apply and close Out of Outlook

    Re-open Outlook using
    Start>Run>outlook.exe /cleanprofile

    Now try it

    Author Comment

    I will try that tomorrow morning. Just to let you know that it only effects one user.
    I will let you know about the result.
    Thank you.

    Author Comment

    It did not fix the problem. It still shows only ALL Groups and not Global Address List.

    Author Comment

    I tested it in Outlook 2003 and it works fine but not in Outlook 2007.

    Accepted Solution

    I fixed the problem by simply downloading Address Book and making sure that Global Access List is selected.

    Author Comment

    The issue has been resolved,

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