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I want to try and work with GAL segregation (LAB) can someone please share what could be issues faced with clients and some steps for GALSeg
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Here is the GAL Segregation white paper for Exchange 2007 which you can follow to complete the job:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb936719(v=exchg.80).aspx

Issue - none that I am aware of.  If you get the settings right, then it will work happily.

Alan
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So your saying client wont feel a glitch ? Is these some DOC for that or some troubleshooting steps ?

Hope this is for all SP and not different for versions on Windows
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by:Alan Hardisty
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It works for Exchange 2007 and I used it for Exchange 2010 SP1 (until they brought out SP2 and did it differently).

Client won't feel any glitches.

There are lots of steps to follow and you are editing the basic permissions, so you can mess up unless you read carefully and do exactly as written.

Not aware that Service Packs affect it in any way.

The guide is all you need.  Shouldn't need any troubleshooting to be done.  If you follow the guide, it should work happily.

Alan
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Thanks for the brief word ... hope you wont mind with sharing the Exchange 2010 SP2 details :-)
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Exchange 2010 SP2 enabled a feature called Address Book Policies which does a similar job to GAL Segregation and you can read more about it here:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2011/01/27/3411882.aspx

Also in Exchange 2010 SP1, there was a option to install in Hosted Mode and here is an article about the future of hosting mode:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2011/10/13/future-of-hosting-mode.aspx
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Excellento ..... will read them and try in my Lab's
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