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Listing Last Name First in Global Address List and Global Catalog

Posted on 2008-06-12
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In both the Global Catalog and Global Address Lists, we would like to list by Last Name First, First Name Second.  I did some surfing and found a way to do it using ADSI Edit, but this will require me to delete all the existing e-mail accounts and recreate them.  Is there another way to make this change without having to recreate any part of the user accounts?
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The only way to do this for existing users is:  You have to edit the display name for each account and type it any way you want.  

For new users you can follow this :

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/250455/en-us
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Try ADModify. It should allow you to do it for existing users.

http://www.msexchange.org/articles/ADModify-Change-Exchange-Specific-AD-User-Attributes.html


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Thank you, I looked through this and it looks good.  I am a little hesitant to perform this now that we are a live environment.  I take a closer look at this after things have settled down.
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