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Is it possible to have two global address books in the same Exchange domain? I have a situation where one Exchange domain is hosting two companies and each group wants to have its own global address list.
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Yes you can, Open exchnage system manager and then choose Recipients. Then choose all Global Address Lists.

You can create new ones in there.
If you need more help with this, i would check msexchange.com

Hope this helps
Karl
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