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Hi all, We have a College which have Staff with mailboxes on Exchange 2010.. Students are using Gmail. We want to be able to view Students Gmail email addresses in an Address List called "Students". How is this possible? Do we need to Mail enable all students? We are hoping we can do this by some...
We have several companies under our parent, each requiring separate GAL's in addition to the Default Global Address List. I have been able to create the additional GAL's via Exchange Management Shell using the syntax New-GlobalAddressList -Name "Brian Harris BMW Mini" -ConditionalCompany "Brian...
Hello - How do I display or show hidden email accounts not listed in the GAL on our server