I have a user using Windows 7 64-bit home premium and Office 2010 home and office not being able to pull LDAP addresses from AD (Server 2003 R2 64-bit EE). This works fine in Outlook 2003 and 2007 but I can not get anything in Outlook 2010 (firewall
is off for all tests and I verified using ldap.exe to bind/connect and search with no issues on the laptop). I have used the same settings from 2003 and 2007 as well as dropping cn=users in the search path and just dc=domain,dc=com as well as just attempting
using the default search path. Does anyone have a suggestion as per at the moment I am telling our user base not to upgrade to Office 2010. I wish exchange was an option but our external hosting was postponed due to the economy and we are still
Edited byorbshieldTuesday, July 13, 2010 3:13 PMtypo
This is working fine here. I tested on Windows 7 64-bit using Office 2010 32-bit, with both the full installation and a Click-to-Run installation. The LDAP address book searches against a Windows Server 2003 DC/GC were successful on both ports 389 and 3268.
I used dc=domain,dc=com as the Search Base.
Use a network monitoring tool to capture the LDAP traffic to see what specific error is returned, as that will give you a better idea of what's failing (you didn't specify if Outlook is displaying an error, and if so, what it was).
Abdias Ruiz [MSFT]
Marked as answer bySally TangMonday, July 19, 2010 2:24 AM
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