Exchange sync with outlook problem

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Hi, I have a problem with the global group list address. I am using windows server 2003 with SP2. We are an estate agent with two department lettings and sales. The lettings have a global group list so we can email to all the lettings staff. The problem is that we have a particular user who is in the member list in AD. He has exactly the same set up as the other users in lettings but when you go to send a email in outlook this particular user do not get the message. In the properties detail he is not listed in there for some reason. But in the administrator directory i can see him in the global group list. Please can anyone help.
ASKED: May 7, 2008  12:02 PM
UPDATED: May 8, 2008  3:42 PM

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Check the users member of properites in AD, if they are not a member of said group add the user to the group. It could also be a distribution list set in outlook itself, and the member maybe added there also, the problem with this is that you have to know who set this distribution group up, they or an administrator can add the user to the list for email purposes. Hope this helps you out.

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  • Robert Stewart
    Sorry i did not mean to edit the earlier response.
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  • Robert Stewart
    Just to clarify some things, when you click on the to button in the new message does the gal show the listing group? If so is the user in the group? Trying to find out if this is a group that was created in the AD or if it was created in outlook.
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