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Is it possible to hide a groups email address in Exchange 2003 from another group?I  work in a College and would like the Staff to be able to see the Students email addresses but not the students to see the Staff email addresses.

Is this possible with Exchange 2003?
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Not in the GAL, as far as I'm aware..
You can, however, have sub-address lists with the users set to use these by default rather than the full GAL

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Would this stop the students from accessing the tutors addresses via the GAL?
How would i create the sub address list?

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Thanks - sorry took so long to award your points!!!
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I have the same issues as this and looking for a solution. The KB article listed cannot be found
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