How to hide addresses from the Exchange Address List in Exchange 2007?

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I am looking for a way to hide email addresses from the Exchange Address List. In Exchange 2003 one could do this by going into the Exchange advanced tab and selecting the option - but I cannot find where I could do this in Exchange 2007, and my handy dandy Administrator's Pocket Consultant is not giving up any secrets. If anyone out there knows where I might locate this option in the 2007 version, I would be verygrateful, thanks.

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How about going into Exchange Management console and for maiboxes it’s on the general tab. For groups it’s on the advanced tab.

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  • AndreaF
    That did the trick, many thanks! I just couldn't find that little checkbox..........
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  • Hilljr
    We're having an issue where mailboxes that had the option checked in Exchange 2003 were hidden from the global address book; but now that we've migrated to Exchange 2007 any mailboxes that we try to hide are still visible. Tried to delete *.oab on the client local drive and resynchronize without success. Anyone else experience this? thanks.
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