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Global Address Book - Doing Strange Things

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Old 18th May 2012, 22:09
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Hi all,

Got a strange issue going on on our exchange 2003 enterprise server, sometimes the global address list is showing empty but sometimes if you close outlook and re open it is there. But if you search using advance find it always returns the results.

I have seen the below and all the dc's return ok results using dcdiag.

http://forums.msexchange.org/m_18005...htm#1800554133

Anyone come across this that could help me out?

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if i recall correctly, autodiscover isn't relevant for Exchange 2003..
is there anything in the event logs on the exchange server?
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if i recall correctly, autodiscover isn't relevant for Exchange 2003..
is there anything in the event logs on the exchange server?
Hi,

Thanks for your reply!

No there isn't anything useful or any errors in the log, it's sometimes shows it and sometimes it doesn't.

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I am still getting this issue, it's very strange. Has anyone else come across it before?

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