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2nd Corporate Address Book

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We are interested in creating a 2nd Corporate Address Book, one for employees and one for services.  How do we go about this?
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Ok, I really need to reword this.  We have a few different Address lists that show up in Exchange and in Outlook.  For Example, All Users, All Groups, Global Address List, etc.  Currently the Global Address List is the one that all users Outlook clients defaults to.  I would like to change that so that all users Outlook clients default to All Users instead.  How do we go about this process?
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Also, as a secondary question.  Is there a way to pick and choose what group accounts are seen by the end users?  We have some group accounts that start with z_ that we would like to hide.  I can't figure out a way to do this however....
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Malli Boppe earned 500 total points
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With you 1st questions its outlook setting, you can go to tools-addressbook->tools options and change its to All users.
if you want to do it for every one you probably can use group policy with the relevent outlook adm file.below article explains how to use outlook 2007 adm file. You could use the same for other outlook clients as well.
http://www.msexchange.org/articles_tutorials/exchange-server-2007/management-administration/managing-outlook-2007-through-group-policies-part1.html

With Groups you can hide them for every one but not for just a group of users
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