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Cloud Services Thread, Office 365 Email Segregation in Technical; Where do I set it in AD?? Bear in mind that we don't have (and never have had) an onsite ...
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    Where do I set it in AD?? Bear in mind that we don't have (and never have had) an onsite Exchange server. Am I supposed to extend the Schema in some way to allow more details? If so, anyone got a quick how-to guide? Strange that I hid them originally from the powershell though :-/

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    Yes - you absolutely need to have extended your schema!

    Very simple process but obviously, messing with AD can have unintended consequences so proceed with caution. I don't have a guide handy, but I'm sure quick search will turn something up. The important thing to know is that you don't have to deploy Exchange to get the attributes, but without Exchange locally to provide the EMC you'll have to edit the additional attributes using ADSI Edit or something.

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    Riiiiiiigght! Ok then! I shall have a nosey at doing that tomorrow then. Using ADSI Edit is not a problem, I just need the attributes to edit! Which version of Exchange should be used to work with the latest version of 365? Or does it matter?

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    Newer is better - so Exchange 2013

    I believe the attribute you need is msExchHideFromAddressLists.

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    With regards creating a staff ABP this seems to work However, looking in the list of contacts I can't see a Dynamic Distribution List I setup which contains all staff accounts. Am I missing something to show this? I am only testing the policy on my account so far. If I log in as a member of staff without the policy applied, I can see the Distribution Lists under the 'Directory' group.

    Also, I assume when creating the policy, if I want to include the "All Groups" address list I can do this by comma separating the lists in the command line?


    EDIT

    Have managed to add the "All Groups" to my staff address book policy. But it still doesn't show my dynamic list anywhere??? How do I add this and where is it stored?
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    I've not managed to get DDL to appear in the address books, but I think that is a "design feature". Not given up yet but have put it on a low priority to resolve.

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    Think I need to include something like the following in one of the address list filters:

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    -or (ObjectClass -eq 'msExchDynamicDistributionList')

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    Does this look about right? Think I have brackets in the right place...

    Code:
    set-addresslist -identity "AL_Staff" -recipientfilter {((Company -eq 'School Staff') -and (RecipientType -eq 'UserMailbox')) -or (ObjectClass -eq 'msExchDynamicDistributionList')}

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    Still can't get this to show my Dynamic Distribution List as part of the staff GAL. Can someone check this output (trimmed to show relevant data) to see if I have done this right?

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    get-globaladdresslist GAL_Staff | select recipientfilter
    
    ((((Company -eq 'Name of School') -and (RecipientType -eq 'UserMailbox'))) -or (ObjectClass -eq 'msExchDynamicDistributionList'))


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    get-addressbookpolicy ABP_Staff
    
    AddressLists       : {\BSS_Staff, \All Groups}
    GlobalAddressList  : \GAL_Staff
    RoomList           : \All Rooms
    OfflineAddressBook : \OAB_Staff
    I have checked to make sure the Dynamic List has not been set to 'hide from address lists'

    Cheers

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    Anyone???

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    Well it hasn't bloomin worked! Have tried getting funky now and adding the Dynamic Group specifically to the GAL using this command (see below). Will see if it updates to include it but I'm not hopeful

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    set-globaladdresslist -identity "GAL_Staff" -recipientfilter {(DistinguishedName -eq 'CN=Staff Distribution List,OU=SchoolName.onmicrosoft.com,OU=Microsoft Exchange Hosted Organizations,DC=EURPR07A001
    ,DC=prod,DC=outlook,DC=com') -or ((Company -eq 'Name of School') -and (recipienttype -eq 'UserMailBox'))}

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    They've not yet appeared in my lists yet, not even the global master one

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    A quick question before I extend my AD schema to support Exchange. Do I just need to run the set.exe /PrepareSchema command? Or do I also need to run the other commands such as setup.exe /PrepareAD ??

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