Maximum number of recipients to display in the result pane; How to view more without increasing this value

I was having problems with the result pane in EMC being very slow to populate with Mailbox or Mail Contact recipients until I decreased the number of recipients to display down to 100.  Now, of course, it shows me the first 100 recipients and no more.  I was expecting there to be a "Next Page" or "More" button to display the next 100 recipients.  Is there a way to show the next 100 without having to do any tricks with the Filter or Find  features?

-- Exchange 2010 on Windows Server 2008 R2.

Thanks,
Jono
Jono MartinSystems AdministratorAsked:
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brotaCommented:
I dont think you can page if you use the EMS but you can setup quereys so it only looks at something like a one database or server.
You can use the EMS where you can use a | more or you can export to a csv if that will help
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Jono MartinSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
We have only 1 database on 1 server.

It seems very strange that the EMC gives the option of displaying only the first however many results and then give you no way to see more results if you need to.  In my Contacts list, I have it showing me the first 100 which gets me to the D's alphabetically.  If I need to look up someone whose name starts with the letter T, I suppose I could use filters, but it would be nice to be able to see the next 100 after the first 100.

Does anyone know more about this?
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brotaCommented:
usually the console shows the first 1000 by default and can take a little bit to fully populate.

You can also hit the stop loading button and then do a find
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Jono MartinSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Hi brota.  I understand that.  I decreased it to 100 because it loads a lot faster than it did with 1000.  My question is: Is there no way to show the next 100 in the list after it shows me the first 100?

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brotaCommented:
I dont recall there being one.
This explains the filtering if it helps
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124566.aspx
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Jono MartinSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Well, I suppose there's no way to do what I want it (or what I was expecting it) to do.  Thanks for your help and the link to the use of filters.  It seems like a huge oversight to not be able to list the following 100 after the first 100, or whatever you have as the limit of users to display.
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brotaCommented:
Thank you for the points

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