Bes 5 not updating gal
You can also skip steps 9-11 and instead use File | Export | Address Book in Outlook Express to export the GAL address to a comma-delimited file that virtually any e-mail program should be able to import into its address book.
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What I've done on my machine (probably isn't all that feasible for a roll out) is to install Windows XP Mode on my machine under Windows 7 and install Outlook 2007 on that with the blackberry sync so I can use that to configure Wireless sync.
We have been looking for something similar to this, but specifically for publishing of an emergency contact list to the phones (not the whole GAL).
At that time, there was no such thing as address list lookups, so we were forced to hack a bit.
If you have Check for duplicates enabled in Options, People (Contacts in older versions of Outlook), Outlook will let you know if any of the contacts are already in the Contacts folder.
IMHO Outlook will fail in signing this FW message because...because I DUNO.
Maybe it duplicates the attachements for some reasons which may cause the email to be invalid?
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Unfortunately, his name appears in the Global Address List. Some of the info I looked up mentioned changing his account in A/D. I just want it gone from GAL so that people don't get confused when sending emails. Or if you didn't disconnect the box correctly somehow, under the "Exchange Advanced" tab in ADUC you should have a checkbox for "Hide this user from the Global Address Book" Other's have hinted at this, but under EMC (not ADUC) you can go to the properties of the mailbox to remove it from the GAL correctly ("Hide from Exchange address lists"), but also to check which OU the user is in: You can also force the Outlook clients to update the address book with the Send/Recieve - I don't have Exchange 2007 but would assume the settings are essentially the same as 2003.