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Hello,

I have an Exchange 2010 Server and I am setting up another Exchange 2010 server in a different location. I would like to move my global contact address book and distribution lists from one exchange server to the next. Can this be done through PowerShell? If so, how would I export the global address book to a CSV file of some sort through the Exchange Shell and then import the same global address book through the Exchange Management Shell on another Exchange Server?

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Are you setting up another exchange server in same organization? you don't need to move GAL. You can't just export import GAL between organization, you need create contacts from GAL exported from your current organization.

http://blogs.interfacett.com/how-to-export-the-exchange-2010-default-global-address-list
http://tekctrl.blog.com/2010/07/create-new-mail-contacts-from-a-csv-file-for-exchange-20072010/
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Thank you. This looks like what I was looking for.
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