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    Moving between outlook 2003 and 2007

    We're having a funny issue here where users who log on to a station with office 2007 installed are seeing the global address list, but then that same user will login to a station with 2003 installed and they can only see their own contacts.

    We haven't fully migrated to 2007 yet, as we're doing it slowly to allow staff and students to get used to it first.

    We're running Exchange 2003 server, and nothing was changed in this when the stations were updated to Outlook 2007.

    Can anyone help please?

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    Sounds like some sort of config file needs to be setup for office 2003 on the client machines....to look at a global contact list.

    Will ask a colleague of mine, as he is the exchange/outlook expert!

    Will report back later
    Mark.

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