If using Outlook, query the GAL directly, or download the latest OAB. Before you do anything send the user you created a 'Test Email' from your own account.The easiest way to do this is simply connect to Outlook Web Access, and query the GAL directly (OWA uses the GAL no the OAB like Outlook running in cached mode does). The User/Mailbox IS listed on the Server But NOT in Outlook. Learn how to troubleshoot Exchange Global Address List problems with this compilation of expert answers to frequently asked questions.
Then under the attribute editor browse down to Show In Address Book as seen below. Then simply remove the entries ( all of them ) that you see by highlighting and selecting remove. The next time your GAL rebuilds these accounts will be removed. If you are impatient like me you can drop into power shell and run these commands to update it immediately.
I've tried adding second and third accounts using random names, and it does the same for those as well.
I have found that we are short on our Exchange Client Access Licenses. I've never seen this before from a licensing shortage. We have a Dell server running Windows Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2003 with a single domain and only one Exchange server.
When adding new accounts in Active Directory, the option to create an email address is enabled.
However, when I go into the account properties, there is nothing showing up as far as an address.