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Research in the Exchange Management Shell with: get-Command *Global Address List Five verbs for Global Address List get, new, remove, set, and update.For example: get-help new-Global Address List Note 1: As usual, Power Shell uses a singular noun: Global Address List Note 2: There is another family of cmdlets without the word 'Global', their noun is plain 'Address List'.Solar Winds' Network Performance Monitor will help you discover what's happening on your network.This utility will also guide you through troubleshooting; the dashboard will indicate whether the root cause is a broken link, faulty equipment or resource overload.Optionally, you can provide the name of the OU where the new mailboxes will be born.There are also two bonus tools in the free download, and all 3 have been approved by Microsoft: Download your FREE bulk mailbox import tool.
Presumably, making it easier for Outlook users to find addresses ranks high on your agenda.
However, be careful, don't create too many lists, and furthermore, give thought to meaningful names for your lists.
The situation, you want to modify the GAL, however, you discover that you cannot edit (or delete) the Default Global Address List.
Note 4: Real-life example from Brett Here is syntax that I used after I deleted the old GAL manually using ADSI Edit.
Import users from a spreadsheet, complete with their mailbox.
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