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Outlook 2007 doesn't see user account in exchange 2007

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In a Windows 2008 domain with XP and Win7 pc's, one account that can logon to the domain fine from win xp, but  cant connect to the exchange mail account using Outlook 2007. The email account is accessable using Outlook web access, so that proves the account is working.

Outlook says it can't find the account but it finds all the other email accounts in exchange.

Any suggestions?
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Question by:Tony Giangreco
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Do you see the account in the Global Address List? It must show in the GAL to be able to connect Outlook to the mail account.
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It was a GAL update issue.
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