Check names not working for multiple address books / contacts

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Deana

Hello!

I have upgraded from outlook 2003 to outlook 2007, my contacts are stored in

pst. I used to be able to search for a name via check names and it displayed

me all the results from global address list and from my contacts, but now it

only does one. It does not matter which one I set in the checking order,

whichever is top will be the one that provides the result. I would like it to

show me both results, how would I go about to set that up?

Thank you

Deana
 
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Russ Valentine

More accurate and complete information would be helpful. The Global Address

List is only available to those who connect to Exchange Server. And yet you

say you are using a PST file. No one using Exchange should be using a PST

file.

So you tell us that you upgraded from Outlook 2003 to 2007 while connected

to an Exchange Server? What did your Exchange Administrator have to say

about this? What steps did you use to reconfigure the settings for your

Outlook Address Book Service in your new Outlook profile after you performed

this upgrade? You appear to have missed those steps.

Please reconcile the many discrepancies in your post.

Russ Valentine

"Deana" <Deana> wrote in message

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> Hello!

> I have upgraded from outlook 2003 to outlook 2007, my contacts are stored
> in
> pst. I used to be able to search for a name via check names and it
> displayed
> me all the results from global address list and from my contacts, but now
> it
> only does one. It does not matter which one I set in the checking order,
> whichever is top will be the one that provides the result. I would like it
> to
> show me both results, how would I go about to set that up?

> Thank you

> Deana
 
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