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Remove contact in global address book in Exchange 2003

Posted on 2006-11-30
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I need to delete a user from the global address book in exchange. I do not want to delete the users account or mailbox in exchange. I merely want to remove his contact entry in the global address book. Any idea how I can do that?
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Pete Long earned 125 total points
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find it in active directory users and computers > right click >properties > Exchange Tab > Tick dont show in address lists
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remember if your looking at address lists with outlook 2003 the list you are looking at is probably cached so do expect them to dissapear straight way :)
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Perfect! Thank you
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no Probs - ThanQ
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