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I need step by step on exporting GAL.. thanks experts.
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Into csv file
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Ok, how do I create and .ini file?
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Hello out there??
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You can create the ini file by opening notepad and copying the data into it and then choose to save the file using the .ini extension in the save as box.

You you can simply create a text file with the data and then rename it from .txt to .ini.
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That's what I did.    

When I went to run this command line.. it gives me an error about the admin part

C:\Documents and Settings\my name>admin /e c:\export.csv /o c:\export.csv \export.ini

This is what I get

'admin' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.



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Sorry that not going to work I just noticed the article is for Exchange 5.5. Try this one - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555397/en-us
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I already figure it out, I found that same article in another post.  Thanks for trying.
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