Thank You.  I checked the E2K FAQ and found the following:

        5.11 Q: I've created more than one address list. Which list will
users see for their GAL?
        A: The following criteria are used when determining what a client
will see for the Global Address List. 
        Which Address List do you have permissions to see? 
        Which Address List contains your mailbox object as an entry? 
        If your mailbox appears as an object in more than one address list: 
        Which of the remaining Address Lists contains more entries? 

I changed the value that determined which address view my mailbox will
appear in and low and behold, I now see the contents of the other address
view in the Global Address List.  It appears to me that the Global Address
List you get with the client is not meant to contain all the entries that
you have the permissions to see, just the entries that appear in the same
address book view that your mailbox is in.

As long as this is consistent, it is good for me.  Thanks again.


-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Scharff [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2001 7:55 AM
To: Exchange Discussions
Subject: RE: GAL and Address Book Views


Check the E2K FAQ in the link below, most of the address list population
rules there apply to 5.5 as well. 

Chris
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Smith, Calvin C [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
> Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2001 11:59 AM
> To: Exchange Discussions
> Subject: GAL and Address Book Views
> 
> 
> In Exchange 5.5 on NT 4.  In my test environment, I have 
> created Address Book Views.  Then I set an anonymous account 
> on the DS Site Configuration. I also gave the search 
> permission to the service account for the Organization and 
> gave search permission to Domain Users for the Address Book 
> Views.  There are two views and the permission is given at 
> the root.  I did all this in an effort to control which 
> folders of addresses the users would see when they run 
> Outlook.  It all works fine except for one issue:
> 
> When running Outlook and checking the Address Book the 
> entries under "Global Address List" only include records seen 
> in one of the Address Book Views. Both address book views are 
> listed below the "Global Address List" and they show the 
> addresses that would be expected.  I thought that "Global 
> Address List" would contain all the records that could be 
> seen in the  address folders shown below it.  Can anybody 
> tell me why "Global Address List" in Outlook doesn't contain 
> all the addresses shown in the Address Book Views listed below it?
> 
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