The separation can be quite confusing some times and the options which control the sorting order aren’t all located in the same location either, which can make things even more confusing.
This guide explains how you can set your preferred default and how to get uniformity in your Address Book.
However, when I go into the account properties, there is nothing showing up as far as an address.
It appears that a mailbox exists that can be logged into via Outlook Web Access, but no email address is defined.
When it didn’t or when you want to make sure you do have the latest OAB available, you could manually trigger an update from within Outlook as well.
If the update mechanism appears to be broken for you, it could be because of a corruption in your OAB or in your mail profile.
This field does hold merit though when you for instance prefer to file family and close friends only by their first name, business contacts by Company, Last, First and all other contacts Last, First.
No other sorting mechanism would allow for this system.
While you may have sorted your Contacts folder the way you want it to, the Address Book in Outlook has its own sorting mechanism. Add(dt) da = New Ole Db Data Adapter("Select * from table Student Details", con) da. Close() End Sub Private Sub cmd Update_Click(sender As Object, e As Event Args) Handles cmd Update. I tracked this down to that the client had cloned some accounts from an account that used to have a mailbox attached to them.Before cloning the accounts he had removed the mailbox from the template account however it had left the Exchange attribute “Show In Address Book” populated. When in Adsiedit open up the Default Naming Context then open up your domain name and browse to the OU that the user is in that you need to modify. Right click the user account and select properties. Add(dt) da = New Ole Db Data Adapter("Select * from table Student Details", con) da. Close() End Sub End Class Private Sub frm Database_Load(sender As Object, e As Event Args) Handles My Base.