Updating recipient policies for hybrid coexistence

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This is the master list of all the Exchange 2007 objects, and the operating system won't let you mess with it.Fortunately, there is a well respected work-around, create a new Global Address List, and then 'update' the mailbox. Here is a free tool to monitor your Exchange Server.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.Furthermore, certain commands are ONLY available in the Shell, for example, new-Global Address List.Note 1: 'Students' is the name of the Address List. To be fair, you need to run the cmdlet below to see the names of possible Address Lists.Again, to be fair, everyone takes a peek in the GUI the first time they configure an item; it's for the repetitive tasks that Power Shell saves times.

Then launch this FREE utility, match your Exchange fields with AD's attributes, click and import the users.However, be careful, don't create too many lists, and furthermore, give thought to meaningful names for your lists.The situation, you want to modify the GAL, however, you discover that you cannot edit (or delete) the Default Global Address List.Method 2: Exchange Management CONSOLE Here below is an alternative to Power Shell.Before you 'Apply' your Global Address List you may like to click on Edit, the benefit is that you can check, and if necessary, edit the settings.For example: get-help update-Address List Note 1: There is another family of cmdlets without the word 'Global', their noun is plain Address List.

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