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Directory Service issue - 7.Sep.2011 12:53:49 PM   


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Hi All ~

I have a Directory Service issue on the mac outlook 2010. I am able to see the user while typing the username in a new email message but when I save the user into my contacts, only the username and user email is populated in the contacts. Phone number, address, job title, etc. etc...not populated. When using "Contacts Search", the user isn't found in the Directory (LDAP). Is this a problem anyone is having or known?

NOTE: It works excellent in OWA.

My test lab environment is Windows2008 and Exchange2010, using also as a DC & AD.
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RE: Directory Service issue - 8.Sep.2011 1:28:27 PM   


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correction: Outlook 2011

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RE: Directory Service issue - 29.Sep.2011 7:21:40 AM   


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Directory replication problems can have several different sources. For example, Domain Name System (DNS) problems, networking issues, or security problems can all cause Active Directory replication to fail. Inbound or outbound replication failure causes Active Directory objects that represent the replication topology, replication schedule, domain controllers, users, computers, passwords, security groups, group memberships, and Group Policy to be inconsistent between domain controllers. Directory inconsistency causes either operational failures or inconsistent results, depending on the domain controller that is contacted for the operation at hand. Active Directory depends on network connectivity, name resolution, authentication and authorization, the directory database, the replication topology, and the replication engine. When the root cause of a replication problem is not immediately obvious, determining the cause among the many possible causes requires systematic elimination of probable causes.
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