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You could use Crystal Reports to display/print the global address list. There is a GAL.RPT included as an example.

Have a look at: http://www.microsoft.com/msdownload/exchange/rkintel/rkintel.htm
for Crwintel.exe.
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Thank you :)
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I went to an Exchange client machine with Outlook. Went to set up a personal distribution list, selected the whole global adress list and Added them. Then once they were added, you can select all of them and Copy them. From there you can paste them where ever you like. Email mesage, Notepad, Wordpad, Word, etc.
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