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sedell

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We're getting ready to upgrade Office at our location. I've just uninstalled Office 2000 and installed 2003 on a couple of computers. I haven't had a lot of time to test the KOC yet, but the first thing I've noticed is that the public Contact list is no longer accessible. It doesn't even show up in the public folder. I've already reinstalled the KOC after installing 2003. I'm still on KOC 6.0.5, since the last two versions scared me with OL2000. Is there a known issue with OL2003 and the public folders? Has anyone run into this before?

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Scott
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peterj

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This is because the default view in OL2003 is mail onl;y.

In the left hand vertical pane you get buttons for mail/calendars etc.

Click the "Folder View" icon at the bottom - small & yellow

This image should help. - Bloody M$ eh...!

[img]http://www.abacusbc.plus.com/ol03.jpg[/img]
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sedell

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Yup, that was it. Yet another MS bug... errr... feature to work around.

Thanks.

Scott
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