Changing the Display Order in the Exchange 2000 Address List

Posted on 2003-12-12
Last Modified: 2008-03-04
Ok, found the following link describing how to change the display order in Exchange 2000

But I cannot find the ADModify utility on Microsoft's web site for download, although I do see in mentioned in MS knowledge base 318635;EN-US;318635

SO... can someone tell me how to get this utility, or if there is another menthod to modify exchage preferecne to list names by  FIRST_NAME LAST_NAME.

We are running Windows 2000 Server with Exchange 2003.
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I saw that in the article, but I can not get the URL to work.  Can someone verify if that is a valid URL???

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I can... I just downloaded it. Pretty handy utility.


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Weird, I can't reach the site from the office (even outside of the firewall), but I can from home.  I just thought the link was no longer available or moved.


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