Why not save these so that in future you can use the cmdlets in the Shell?Research in the Exchange Management Shell with: get-Command *Global Address List Five verbs for Global Address List get, new, remove, set, and update.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.This is the master list of all the Exchange 2010 objects, and the operating system won't let you mess with it.Fortunately, there is a well respected work-around, create a new Global Address List, and then 'update' the mailbox. Solar Winds' Network Performance Monitor will help you discover what's happening on your network.Frequently users report recipients missing from the GAL. Scenario:– Recipients are not hidden from Exchange Address Lists– Recipients do show up in the “All Users” Address List– Recipients do show up when Outlook’s not in Cached Mode– Recipients resolve in Outlook Web Access Some recipients may not be included in the Offline Address Book when it is generated, for a number of reasons. New users don’t show up in the GAL for clients using Outlook 2003 Cached Mode clients, because Outlook uses an Offline Address List (aka “Offline Address Book” or OAB), which is generated once every 24 hours by default [read previous post “New user does not show up in GAL“] In this case there are who did show up in the GAL earlier but have disappeared now.
Method 1: Power Shell and the Exchange Management SHELL The situation, you have created, and defined a new Address List using the Exchange Management SHELL. This is why people use Power Shell instead of the GUI!
If you are doing this task for real, as opposed to just learning about Exchange 2010 Address Lists, then involve at a cross-section of users before you design a complex, multi-levelled, address list scheme only to find that the end-users hate it.
Good news, behind the scenes Active Directory changes the members of the list dynamically based on LDAP queries.
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'.
Preliminary Step: Create a new Global Address List Launch the Exchange Management SHELL and use this Power Shell cmdlet Important: Firstly, you have to use Power Shell to create your new Global Address List (There is no equivelent command in the GUI).
Research in the Exchange Management Shell with: get-Command *Address List Let me emphasise that these are simple Address Lists (There is no 'Global' word here).