Microsoft Exchange Server is modified to create Container Level Search
Control using Address Book views as mentioned in the following Knowledge
XADM: How To Setup Container Level Search Control
The idea is to have multiple departments within one Exchange Server
organization, and to prevent these departments from viewing the mailboxes
of other departments in the global address list.
When you use Microsoft Outlook for Windows to create a profile, access the
mailbox and view the global address list. Only the respective mailboxes are
viewed in the global address list, just as expected.
When you use Microsoft Outlook for Macintosh, Exchange Server Edition, and
create a profile, it quits unexpectedly with the following error message:
The application "Microsoft Outlook" has unexpectedly quit, because an
error of Type 2 occurred.
Outlook ends unexpectedly because the Macintosh client expects to receive
information about the home server network address from a property called
PR_EMS_AB_NETWORK_ADDRESS. When Exchange Server returns Permission Denied,
the Macintosh client fails to process this error condition, and quits.
To resolve this problem, obtain the latest service pack for Microsoft Exchange Server. For additional information, click the following article number to view the article in the
Microsoft Knowledge Base:
XGEN: How to Obtain the Latest Exchange Server 5.5 Service Pack
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in Microsoft Outlook for
Macintosh, Exchange Server Edition, version 8.0.
This problem was first corrected in Exchange Server 5.5 Service Pack 2.
To fix this, both the client and server computers needs modifications as
Modify the Macintosh client to handle Non-existence, Null-value, and Access
Denied cases for the PR_EMS_AB_NETWORK_ADDRESS property.
Exchange Server computer
In the Microsoft Exchange Server Administrator program, select each of the
server objects in the directory, and grant search permissions to the
"Everyone" account. This will allow the Macintosh client to read the
PR_EMS_AB_NETWORK_ADDRESS attribute off that server, which was originally