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Message received when adding a user to a Sharepoint Site

Posted on 2011-03-15
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To use this feature, you must have an Address Book compatible with Windows Sharepoint Services and you must have Internet Explorer 5.0 or greater
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by:Christopher White
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Quick questions.

What version of SharePoint?

What version of browser are you using?

What credentials are you using in your environment. (Domain or Forms based authentication etc.) ?

That will give us a better picture of your environment.

Cheers
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by:mcthomas00
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Sharepoint 2003 Portal
IE6
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by:mcthomas00
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Domaing Exchange  It worked before and not everyone is having the same issue on the same site
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by:Christopher White
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Well that is a start so we know it is client related. Is everyone on the same browser version?

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by:mcthomas00
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yes
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Are all the browser setting controlled by GP ?
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by:mcthomas00
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GP
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GP???
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by:Christopher White
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Sorry. Group Policy
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by:mcthomas00
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yes
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by:Christopher White
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How many machines is it affecting in proportion to the total users using sharepoint?

Is it a few or a large group. If its a few are they in the same team?
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by:mcthomas00
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so far only one user.  according to my reading it has something to do with Outlook Address book
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