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Different Global address books for different groups in Exchange

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Hi guys,

I am trying to configure Exchange 2003 so that it has different Global Address Books for different groups. Eg. we have Group A (John, Jim, Jack) and Group B (Tom, Tim, Tucker) and we would like them to see only the email addresses of their group members and not others.

Is this possible and can you shed some light about how to do this ?
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address list segregation is not recommended on exchange 2003, if you needed it I'd advise you to move to exchange 2007
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/dgoldman/archive/2008/02/19/exchange-2003-address-list-segregation-document.aspx
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You hit the nail right on the head, Akhater !
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Right on the money
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