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    Individual address book

    Another problem since I upgraded from INternet to Corp on Exchange 2000.
    When I use OWA I can not see my address book only my global list.

    What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks
    JZ

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    Re: Individual address book

    is the address book the contacts folder or were you sharing it with OE before?

    the contacts folder should be enabled as an address book automatically, if not right clikc on it and choose properties. add a checkmark on the address book tab

    if you were sharing the wab, you need to import it to contacts

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    Re: Individual address book

    Outlook Web Access (OWA) doesn't display your Personal Address Book, or whatever.pab file. OWA is a front end for the email on an Exchange Server and it display's the Global Address Book on the server.

    FWIW

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    Re: Individual address book

    Thanks for the bad news! I can now sleep!

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    Re: Individual address book

    Importing contacts into Outlook's Contacts from the PAB, to your Mailbox on the Exchange Server is the way to go if you want to see your contact inforamtion in OWA. Otherwise you would have to VPN to your network and have Outlook on your home system with a profile setup for the Exchange Server. But if you're not set up for VPN and your company didn't supply a remote logon, then OWA would be your best bet.

    FWIW

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    Re: Individual address book

    How do you do that?

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    Re: Individual address book

    Choose "Import and Export" from the file menu. Choose "Import from another program or file", click Next, then pick Personal Address Book from the list. The rest should flow easily enough.

    HTH

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