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Creation of Multiple Global Address Lists

Hello,

I need to know how to make multiple Global Address Lists, however I have tried creating a another global address list called "Address 1", however in Outlook it does not appear in the top level as "Global Address List", it actually does not appear at all.  I have done filter rules, to apply where I want to get the memebers from however it is not being identified.

Basically I have imported some users into Active Directory, into a separeate OU=, however I do not want these members to be displayed in the Global Address List, I want them to appear int he same level as Global Address List, but in another GAL called "Address 1".    

Is this possible to do, or would I need to create a group under the title Global Address List, in the Address Book in Outlook?

If this is possible how many GALs can you have?  


This is important as we need to devise this ASAP, so any help would be very much appreciated.

Thanks

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ColinRoydsCommented:
I think this link will give you the answer you want http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=822940

Log on as an administrator.
Create an organizational unit for each virtual organization, and then create a global security group in the same organizational unit.
Add all members of each virtual organization to the global group that you created for that virtual organization in step 2.
To change the security of the default Global Address List to help make it inaccessible to users, follow these steps:
Start Exchange System Manager.
Expand Recipients, and then expand All Global Address Lists.
Right-click Default Global Address List, and then click Properties.
Click the Security tab.
In the Name section, click the Authenticated Users group, click List Contents under the Permissions section, and then click to select the Deny check box.
In the Permissions section, make sure that the Allow check box for Read is not selected.
In the Name section, click the Everyone group, and then make sure that none of the Allow check boxes are selected under the Permissions section.
Click Apply.
When you receive the following message, click Yes, and then click OK:



Caution! Deny entries take priority over Allow entries, which can cause unintended effects due to group memberships.

Create a new Global Address List for each virtual organization, and then give each new Global Address List a filter that identifies the users who belong to that virtual organization. To do this, follow these steps:
Right-click All Global Address Lists, and then click New Global Address List.
Type a name for the new Global Address List, and then click Filter Rules.
Click the Advanced tab.
Create a filter criterion for group membership. To do this, follow these steps:
Click Field, click User, and then click Group Membership.
In the Condition box, click Is (exactly).
In the Value section, type the name of the group that you are creating the filter for in the Distinguished Name box, and then click Add.
Click Find Now.
Click OK, and then click Finish.

For additional information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
321723 XADM: How to Create an Address List Based on Group Membership

Repeat steps A through E for each Global Address List that you create for a virtual organization.
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