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Alternative to blanket block on Global Address List.

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by LucaMeredicci, Feb 6, 2013.

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  1. LucaMeredicci

    LucaMeredicci Thread Starter

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    Hi guys,
    I've watched a few videos and looked at a few walkthroughs for stopping users viewing the Global Address List (in Exchange 2010, Server 2008), but all they really look at is for everyone to be blocked from viewing.

    I implemented this a while back, but had to remove it when users of the same domain were unable to view shared mailboxes. For instance, [email protected] was unable to view or recieve any mail into his other mailbox [email protected]. This was removed, but now the users are able to see the addresses of all other users on our Exchange, (ie. my clients).

    Is there a way where I can add security groups which are all able to still view one another in the GAL and able to use their shared mailboxes, yet not also be able to see every email address created on the server.

    If anyone can help me with this, I'd appreciate it very much.


    Thanks,
    Luc.
     
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