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Zippy Nana

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When I loaded Office 2003 Professional Edition, now when I go to open my email in Microsoft Outlook, it goes to LDAP Directory. I do not know what that is, if I click OK it bypasses it, but it is annoying - How do I get rid of it.
 

EAFiedler

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Hi Zippy Nana

Welcome to Tech Support Guy Forums!

In Outlook 2003
Tools > E-mail accounts

Under Directory
Click: View or change existing directories or address books
Click: Next

If present, select the LDAP Address Book and Remove it.
If the Outlook Address Book is not present you can Add it at that time.
Click: Finish
Close and restart Outlook 2003 for the changes to take effect.

This article may be of interest:
Contact information

Let us know if that works for you or not.
 

Zippy Nana

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EAFiedler said:
Hi Zippy Nana

Welcome to Tech Support Guy Forums!

In Outlook 2003
Tools > E-mail accounts

Under Directory
Click: View or change existing directories or address books
Click: Next

If present, select the LDAP Address Book and Remove it.
If the Outlook Address Book is not present you can Add it at that time.
Click: Finish
Close and restart Outlook 2003 for the changes to take effect.

This article may be of interest:
Contact information

Let us know if that works for you or not.
Thanks, worked perfectly. I was afraid to delete that directory - but it worked!!
 
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