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    Default [SOLVED] Global Address List missing addresses during quick search

    Since the latest Zimbra update (see the client information below) we are experiencing problems with the GAT.

    Client Information:

    Client Version: 6.0.6_GA_2324.RHEL5_64
    Client Release: 20100406133038
    Build Date: 20100406-1342


    When a user inputs an e-mail address or name of a person on the webmail client that is in the GAT, no e-mail addresses and/or names are displayed.
    The weird thing is that not all users are experiencing this problem. Both Firefox, IE6,7,8 & Google Chrome suffer from this problem. Another weird thing is that only some addresses in the GAT won't be displayed.

    Are you experiencing this problem too, you need more info or you have a solution, please post it below!

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    Thank you! Didn't notice that patch.. Problem solved.

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