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    Manage Contacts & DLs (WinXP/OL2003)

    Environment is SBS2000 (Exchange) and Office 2003. WinXP/Pro for desktop w/all Redmond patches.

    Boss has contacts & DLs. (Qty:1200). Admin Asst. is responsible for keeping up with him & contacts since he travels frequently.

    She is pub-editor on all folders, and can see mailbox, contacts, etc. No problem.

    The issue is trying to add/maintain the 25 DLs. If a DL is opened, she would like to select members from his contacts. Can not find the 'Outlook Addressbook' tab from her Outlook to add his Contacts as an 'address book' on her Outlook. From his Outlook, it is already checked as 'show as mail address book'.

    How can I add it to her address book, so when selecting members in his DL from her Outlook, they can come from his contacts, instead of hers?

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    Re: Manage Contacts & DLs (WinXP/OL2003)

    AFAIK you would have to elevate the level of her permissions on his Contacts in order to enable this. HTH
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    Re: Manage Contacts & DLs (WinXP/OL2003)

    Her permissions are already at the level of Custom, where she can add, change, delete, modify, send on behalf, on all of the folders.

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    Re: Manage Contacts & DLs (WinXP/OL2003)

    "Custom" seems to be the same as Editor on this MS Chart. Does the problem persist if you alter the permissions level to Editor (provided that company policy permits)?
    Gre

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