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Exchange 2012 Global Address list

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Hey guys,
How can i remove a disabled user from the global address list in exchange 2010. I have disabled the user in AD and disabled the user mailbox in exchange mgmt console. I remember in older versions of exchange there was a check box in AD. I cant for the life of me find it now.
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by:David Paris Vicente
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You can find the hiding option on Exchange Management Console, select the disabled user, properties General tab, at the end you have the option Hide From Exchange address list.

get-mailbox "Disabled_User" | set-mailbox -HiddenFromAddress
ListsEnabled $true

 Or this will do this operation for all disabled mailboxes:

Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited |Where{($_.UserAccountControl -like “AccountDisabled*”)} | set-mailbox -HiddenFromAddressListsEnabled $true


Regards
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Nick Rhode earned 250 total points
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Open up the exchange management console

Recipient Configuration > Mailbox > Properties > General Tab > Check Hide from Exchange address lists

You will probably have to enable the mailbox 1st in order to hide it from the GAL.  You can then do a manual push of the GAL or it should update everyone's GAL by tomorrow.  Default GAL update push I believe is 4:00 am
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by:ithelp911
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Thanks guys...thats exactly what i had to do, was re-enable the mailbox.
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