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how do i stop users from seeing disabled accounts in the global address book?

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I have users that are disabled but still viewable in the global address book or when searching can locate thses users. How do I keep the account but disable them from others finding them
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To hide the user frm GAL..Just find the user in Active Directory and then goto the Exchange Advanced tab on the users property page. Check the Hide from Exchange Address List check mark.

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