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Note 4: Real-life example from Brett Here is syntax that I used after I deleted the old GAL manually using ADSI Edit.
Import users from a spreadsheet, complete with their mailbox.
Optionally, you can provide the name of the OU where the new mailboxes will be born.
There are also two bonus tools in the free download, and all 3 have been approved by Microsoft: Download your FREE bulk mailbox import tool.
Using cmdlets like those below will save you time, more so when you realize that every Exchange 2007 configuration task has a faster command-line equivalent.
Secondly, once created, you can only edit it with the set-Global Address List cmdlet. c) Revert to the old trick of rebooting the server, maybe it has just received a 'Patch' or update.As a learning progression, by all means start with GUI Exchange Management Console, but note as each Wizard completes so it shows you the corresponding Power Shell commands.Why not save these so that in future you can use the cmdlets in the Shell?Suggestion: Research the cmdlet new-Global Address List, in particular the -conditional family of parameters. Method: Power Shell - Exchange Management SHELL The situation, you have created and defined a new Global Address List using the above cmdlet.Try: get-help new-Global Address List -full Help with error message: 'Access to address list service on all Exchange 2007 servers has been denied' try the following. It worked for me, also maybe try a different name, I tried "Worcester2" the second time I ran the command. Note 3: If you don't get the required result either create a new Global Address List, else use set-Global Address List to modify the one you created earlier.
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If you are doing this task for real, as opposed to just learning about Exchange 2007 Address Lists, then involve at a cross-section of users before you design a complex, multi-levelled, address list scheme only to find that the end-users hate it.