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Communicator 2007 Address Book

Posted on 2014-04-21
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We have been running Office Communicator 2007 for years with problems. Last week my client PC's stopped downloading the address book. They can not search new employees. I deleted the GalContacts.db file from my local profile and it will not replace it. If I delete the c:\users\user\appdata\local\microsoft\communicator folder then start Communicator it will recreat the folder but not add the GalContacts.db file. I have been working on this for three days. Someone please help.

Thanks, Tim Willett
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I figured it out by looking at some of the other posts on this site. The certificate for the IIS default website expired. As soon as I renewed the certificate it started working. Thanks.
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