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Exchange 2003 GAL

I need a create a .pst file from the exch 2003 server of all network users. Then send this .pst file to an outside company for them to add to Outlook. How can i do this?
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HubmanAuthor Commented:
This .pst should only be the email address of all network user account. Could do the vcard in Outlook but they would have to import 100 vcards into Outlook
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hangeles1Commented:
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HubmanAuthor Commented:
Will that include all of the mail in the mailbox or only the email address?
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hangeles1Commented:
Sorry, I did not see your comment about just emails. You might be able to do that as a csv in Active Directory Users and Computers.

Add a column for email by going to View, add/remove columns and add Email.

Than right click the OU where the users are and select export list.
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HubmanAuthor Commented:
Trying to import a list of email addresses from an excel 2003 file in to Outlook but i just get balnk contacts
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hangeles1Commented:
Hubman,

If your looking to grab emails in a format that you can import into outlook, you probably want to export them from outlook. Microsoft offers this as a solution:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/238773

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HubmanAuthor Commented:
I need a list of all network users email addresses ( contacts ) to send to a outside company...hope .pst they can then import into their exchange
first the ywant vcards...now a .pst file......
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hangeles1Commented:
You should be able to add the contacts to a local addressbook, than do an export from outlook:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/export-contacts-from-outlook-to-excel-HA001096422.aspx
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