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  • Outlook Can't find user in GAL

    Hi,

    Recently I spent some time following a couple of tutorials on how to split use Exchange 2003 to host mail for other domains and have things like address lists only visible to that subset of users.

    This worked fine until now when I have had to setup a new machine for a user at a sister company we host mail for and Outlook 2007 setup cannot find the name in the GAL.

    Tutorials I followed start here and I think it may have something to do with me setting up multiple address lists and the security settings but not sure.

    http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/...003_Part1.html

    Anybody tell me what the problem is, the sister site is connected to us via VPN connection so the server can be directly pinged and the user can access OWA without problems.

    Cheers

    GD

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    Re: Outlook Can't find user in GAL

    You are aware that is no longer supported?
    Microsoft have removed all of their articles on the process because of its high failure rate. If you need to do this for business reasons then an upgrade to Exchange 2007 is your best option as address list segregation is supported on that version.

    If you have a query about an article on msexchange.org, shouldn't you be asking the question on their forum?

    Simon.
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    • #3
      Re: Outlook Can't find user in GAL

      Originally posted by Sembee View Post
      You are aware that is no longer supported?
      Microsoft have removed all of their articles on the process because of its high failure rate. If you need to do this for business reasons then an upgrade to Exchange 2007 is your best option as address list segregation is supported on that version.

      If you have a query about an article on msexchange.org, shouldn't you be asking the question on their forum?

      Simon.
      awesome, absolutely awesome...

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