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I'm trying to add a resource to All Resources under the address book. All other rooms are showing up except this one. The address is not hidden.
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please post the filter being used by the address list and include the properties for the missing room
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Hopefully this is what you're looking for.
adress-list.JPG
properties.JPG
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under organization configuration, mailbox, address lists tab
properties for the address list where the mailbox is missing
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Getting the following error. My exchange knowledge is some what limited.
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Can give you this info.
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verify that the description under the user properties starts with Resource

can you also run this from the shell and post (it is easier to copy and paste the filter)
Get-AddressList "All Resources" | ft LdapRecip*
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LdapRecipientFilter
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(&(&(&(& (mailnickname=*) (| (&(objectCategory=person)(objectClass=user)(|(h...
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sorry try running it with fl instead of ft
also what about the description for the mailbox
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LdapRecipientFilter : (&(&(&(& (mailnickname=*) (| (&(objectCategory=person)(ob
                      jectClass=user)(|(homeMDB=*)(msExchHomeServerName=*))) ))
                      )(objectCategory=user)(description=Resource*)))

They all start with CR. I don't see an exact location for Descroption.
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I did find discription in AD and it is resource.
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I suppose it could be possible that exchange just hasn't updated the address book yet?
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was this mailbox either created or the description modified today?
from the management console can you preview the list?

i'm looking at the filter now
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It was created a while ago by our other admin. He created it as a room. I used the shell to change it to a user room so it would match how the other ones were setup. It was also in a different location in AD and I also moved it to the same location earlier today.
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you can run the Update-AddressList "All resources"
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Bingo - thanks for help. I just learned some very helpful tips.
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