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Exchange Global Address List for Mail 4.4 for Apple

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One of our Mac users just got a new hard drive and has set up his Mail 4.4 for Apple to work with our Exchange 2003 Standard Server.  

Everything is working OK, except that he doesn't have access to our Global Address List on the Exchange Server.

Does anyone know if he can get to it somehow?

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by:Felix Leven
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Adresbook -> exchange -> is empty?

Offline adressbook is not available in apple, but the gal must wost
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Please explain "but the gal must wost"?  I don't understand what you are saying.
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Seeing the GAL from the adressbook must work if you are online, you can't view it offline like in entourage/outlook. look for the exchange folder inside of the adressbook is it there and is it empty?
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He is working online and there is no exchange folder inside of the address book.
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Did not really help.
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