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Begin with a clear idea of what you want to achieve with a custom address list.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.
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Method 2: Exchange Management CONSOLE Here below is an alternative to Power Shell.
Before you 'Apply' your Global Address List you may like to click on Edit, the benefit is that you can check, and if necessary, edit the settings.
Suggestion: Research the cmdlet new-Global Address List, in particular the -conditional family of parameters. Method: Power Shell - Exchange Management SHELL The situation, you have created and defined a new Global Address List using the above cmdlet.
Try: get-help new-Global Address List -full Help with error message: 'Access to address list service on all Exchange 2007 servers has been denied' try the following. It worked for me, also maybe try a different name, I tried "Worcester2" the second time I ran the command. Note 3: If you don't get the required result either create a new Global Address List, else use set-Global Address List to modify the one you created earlier.Note 1: 'Students' is the name of the Address List. To be fair, you need to run the cmdlet below to see the names of possible Address Lists.