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We have MS Exchange 2003 - I would like that the Global Address list shows telefone numbers from the users in Active Directory. Now I have telefone numbers in the ADUC that are not shown in the Global Address Book - Can you help with it?
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by:rjwesley
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Either it is just a matter of time before that propgates to the Address Book or in some cases a Server Restart although not necesarry but this seems to sometimes work.

Rob
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I am not authorized to restart the server... so looks like I have to wait replication... How long it takes to propagate by default? thanks! Lucia
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Could try (In Outlook) Tools -> Send/Receive and click Download Address Book.

Does that do anything?

Rob


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Changes should be in the Offline Address Book by 5AM the next morning by default, unless you force it to update from ESM
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Hello,
attached you see the ADUC properties, having the Cellulare (mobile phone) compiled, and the telephone page empty in the Public Address Book from MS Exchange…
I did the change yesterday!
 





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Press F9 in Outlook
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Or tools-->send/receive-->download address book
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I had to sync manually from Outlook twice to get it work - thanks!
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