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  • Default Global Address list and custome address list

    Hi All,
    there are many contacts with another domain name in the Global Address list. So I created another address list and it works fine. But the problem is that these contacts are also showing in the Default Global Address list. When I tried these contacts not to be shown from global address list , it disappear from customer address list too. So how can it be done to be shown only in custom address list and not in global address list.

    Thanks In Advanced.
    Thuya
    Last edited by winthura; 17th August 2009, 16:26.

  • #2
    Re: Default Global Address list and custome address list

    Short answer - no.
    Hide from GAL is a global setting and applies to all lists.

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    • #3
      Re: Default Global Address list and custome address list

      Thanks you so much. But one more question plese.
      Is ti possible to show only custome address list. Not to show Global Address list?

      Thanks in Advanced.
      Thuya

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      • #4
        Re: Default Global Address list and custome address list

        Yes it is. You have to edit the security of the Default GAL to remove the Everyone and Authenticated Users group. Take note that the users must be in and must be able to see the custom address list or else Outlook will not work.

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        • #5
          Re: Default Global Address list and custome address list

          Microsoft no longer support the editing of the permissions on the address lists for Exchange 2003 due its very high failure rate. The only place where address list segregation is now supported is on Exchange 2007.

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