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Global Address Book for different domains

Posted on 2007-03-23
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Hi,

Im trying to set up mulitpule Global Address Books on my Exchange Server but the instructions i find seem to be doing it all wrong as it never works. I have all the users that i want to see on the different global address book stored within Active Dir within there own OU as thats how i manage them.

Now i need to create a global address book that reflects what the user can see by which group within AD they are in. Now im assuming this is possible but I just need to work out how.

If you could post some instructions i would be most greatful.

Scott
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The best article on this process was pulled last year.
You can still get it in web archive.

http://web.archive.org/web/20041121012214/http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=822940

The key thing that many people forget is to block access to the default GAL and also forget to change the Offline Address Book (which is used by Outlook 2003 and higher in cached mode).

Simon.
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