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corrupted gal create a new one exchange 2010

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Hi guys. my global address book in our exchange environment is corrupted. We need to create a new one and have that be the default for all my users. can anyone give step by step directions on how to do that?
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by:Will Szymkowski
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You can accomplish this by using Exchange Management Shell...

New-GlobalAddressList -Name "Name Here" -IncludedRecipients MailboxUsers

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by:mrbayIt
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spec will this be seamless to the users? it wont prompt them for new gad or anything like that
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by:Will Szymkowski
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That is correct. If the old one is corrupt you can use the Remove-GlobalAddressList to remove the corrupt Gal and then use the above command to create the new one.

If users are using cached mode for Outlook they may not see the new GAL right away.

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by:mrbayIt
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should i remove the old one first, or just do the create new one command? do i have to do shell or is there a gui option
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hello?
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Sorry I didn't get the update for some reason. You can simply create the new GAL set it as default then remove the old one.

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