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Exchange 2010 no "download Global Address Book" option.

Posted on 2015-02-13
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Following a successful migration from 2003 Exchange to 2010, under send receive groups > download address book, it only shows “download off line address book list” in the dropdown, no “global address book” is listed as an option?
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Solution:
Open IIS on the Exchange server.
Browse to the OAB folder and select content view
Web.Config should be listed.
Grant Read permissions to Authenticated Users
IISRESET
you should now see \Global Address Book under > "Outloook Send Receive Groups" > "Download Address Books"
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