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How to create Unique Global Address list in Exchange 2003

Posted on 2009-12-16
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Hi

Is it possible to create a Top (root) level Address structure like the one below:

Resources
             Conference Room 1
              Conference Room 2
              Meeting Room 1
              Meeting Room 2
              Projector 1
              Projector 2

Currently in Systems Manager  I have to create this either under Address Lists or Global Address List Like below

Global Address List
     Resources
          Meeting Rooms
                Meeting Room 1
                Meeting Room 2
          Conference Rooms
                Conference Room 1
                Conference Rooms 2
          Projectors
             Projector 1
              Projector 2

I hope I have explained this thorougly.  I iwll add these resources are not public folders rather users I created in AD.  We are moving away from public folders and want to avaoid using public folders.

Thanks
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Question by:ecoder007
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by:shauncroucher
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I do not believe this is possible. You can only create under Global or All Address Lists.

Shaun
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
ID: 26061580
Do you want like 1 or 2

1. Resources
             Conference Room 1
              Conference Room 2
              Meeting Room 1
              Meeting Room 2
              Projector 1
              Projector 2

2. Global Address List
     Resources
          Meeting Rooms
                Meeting Room 1
                Meeting Room 2
          Conference Rooms
                Conference Room 1
                Conference Rooms 2
          Projectors
             Projector 1
              Projector 2
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by:ecoder007
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Hi
I hope its possible,
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
ID: 26061741
Yeah you mean all the resources just in a single address list .... correct in one order
What if under the Gal you click on All Rooms ??
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by:ecoder007
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Perfect thanks I changed the Description to "calendar for" I added this as a LDAP query as the article suggested and it lists my resources as I wanted.

Thanks heaps
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