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Posted on 2014-02-19
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I would to export my entire GAL book from exchange 2003 to excel and view the Full Name of the contact and the full email address  list. Please help
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The easiest should be:


Using "LDAP" base tool like "CSVDE":
 
Example:
 
csvde -r "(objectClass=user)" -d "ou=test ou,dc=domain,dc=com" -l displayName,proxyAddresses -f c:\users.csv


Change the domain name with yours.
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Sushil Sonawane earned 500 total points
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Best Practices: Disaster Recovery Testing

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by:TIGERMARK
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Hi,

Open Exchange Sys Mgr, Drill down to default GAL, properties, copy the LDAP query.

In dsa.msc, make a new saved query, get to the custom advanced screen where you can paste the above query.
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by:NKG-KE
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worked for me. thanks Sushil
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