HIde or Turn OFF Global Address List GAL - Exchange 2013 Multi tenant Server

Hello,

We are hosting exchange email for a small client base.
This is a multi tenant 2013 Exchange server.
All domain are in the their own OU.
A serious problem we have discovered is that the tenants can see the GAL for all others!
This is not good.

How can we resolve this problem?
Thanks
Jason
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David Paris VicenteSystems and Comunications  Administrator Commented:
Hi Jason,

Using Address book policies can do the trick.

I decided to leave here a nice article mentioning all possibilities with GAL, Address book policies, here you can find a nice explanation.

I hope it helps.

D.
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j-teksolutionsAuthor Commented:
Worked perfectly thanks!
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