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Exchange Server/Global Address List

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I recently had some problems with spyware on my computer, which I believe have all been resolved. So, I don't know if it was that or me that created my current problem. :tazz: When I log into my Outlook 2000 I get a window that pops up and says the following:

The server containing the Global Address List is no longer available. You can reconnect to a different server by restarting outlook or retry the operation when the server is reachable.

I then click OK because restarting outlook gives me the same message and I get a window that says:

The action could not be completed.

So, I click ok and get a Microsoft Exchange Server window and don't know what to put in for the Microsoft Exchange Server.

I have tried to reinstall Outlook, I have tried detect and repair and have spent the better part of the day trying to figure this out. Any assistnace that anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated.


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