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Old 12-05-2005, 04:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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We have Windows 2003 Server and all PC run Windows XP, today 2 colleagues told me that when they create a new message, and go to 'To:' and click on Contacts an error message comes up:-

The address list could not be displayed. An unsupported restriction was passed into an IMAPITable method.


Unable to complete the operation. A fatal error has occured in Outlook.

Then Outllook crashes and I have to stop the application and go into it again.

You can view the Contacts if select the tab on the left. Also when you creat a new message and type a letter in the 'To:' box the auto text comes up with the address.

Do you know what might be causing this?

Many thanks for your help!

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you can try removing & readding your address book; all contacts should be saved in the pst.

tools | Email Accounts
view/change ... address book
click remove
click add
outlook address book
ok ok
restart outlook
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