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Manually update global address list in exchange 2013 while creation of any users  with email box.
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You can use the Shell to update a global address list (GAL).


This below example updates a GAL for the Fourth Coffee company.
Running this command only starts the update process. It may take several hours for the GAL to be updated.

Update-GlobalAddressList -Identity "Fourth Coffee"

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Tony Peswani.
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Update-GlobalAddressList -Identity "Fourth Coffee"   -- what is Fourth Coffee in this ?
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Here  "Fourth Coffee" is an example made for your company name.



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TonyP
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