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I need to print out my Global Address List or GAL

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We have exchange 2007 and outlook 2007 and have not updated our GAL in quite a while. I am sure a lot of former employees are showing up and should at least be hidden. I just want to get a good print out of the entire list so I can compare it to our current employee list. Is there an easy way to do this? Do I need to export something using OUTLOOK? Is it better to do it directly on the EXCHANGE server?
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