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Address Book: cannot change Exchange server

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It seems that the Exchange serve in Address Books preferences is hard coded somehow... I can change the fields, click OK but when I go back in, the previous server sticks.

??? This is driving me nuts!
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I'm still having this issue. Any clues?
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