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Exchange 2010 Address Lists

Posted on 2011-09-19
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Exchange has ,by default, the following address lists:
All contacts
All Groups
All rooms
Allusers
All public folders

I wonder , which of the address lists mentioned above , are part of the Global address list.

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Global Address Lists contains everything. That is the reason why it is said to be global.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb232119.aspx
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To answer your question all these lists make up the global address list for example a contact called  john smith will show up in the Global Address List and also All contacts
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All mail enabled objects in AD is part of your Global Address List by default.
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by:jskfan
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so If I add a customized address list will the mail enabled users included in this list  show up in the GAL ??
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by:Hendrik Wiese
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The GAL only displays all Mail Enabled Users, Contacts, Groups, Rooms and Public Folders that resides in your exchange. So if you create a Customized address list within Exchange then the answer is YES they will be displayed in the GAL. If you create a Customized address list on a client machine then NO they will not be displayed in your GAL.

Hope this helps!!!
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thanks guys!
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