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I have an exchange server 2010 and some of my clients are not showing up in the global address lists. what can be the cause of this? Help!
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Loads of reasons.
The first thing you need to do though is check whether they appear in OWA or not. That uses live information.
If they do, then you can start looking at issues with the OAB.
If they don't, then you need to first check if they are hidden from GAL on the properties of the account.


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GregAuthor Commented:
Hi Simon, it was hidden in the GAL, thanks!
Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Cool. Don't forget to close the question.

GregAuthor Commented:
Ok! The problem has been fixed.
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