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    [EXCHANGE 2007] Hide disabled users from GAL

    Does anybody have a powershell script to hide disabled users from the Global Address list? or know of any other way to do it rather then go into each mailbox and tick hide from GAL.

    thanks in advance

    Toby

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    Did you work this out? Would be interested in doing the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    Did you work this out? Would be interested in doing the same.
    nope its for a client i'm going to see next week so will sit down and work it out at somepoint!

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    Anybody any ideas?

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    I need to get this done myself, its a job for the holidays. Let me know how you get on

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    I found out it was only 14 mailboxes so i did it manually in the end. I have another client with some 300 so i will work out the powershell stuff then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    I found out it was only 14 mailboxes so i did it manually in the end. I have another client with some 300 so i will work out the powershell stuff then.
    Probably will beat you to it. We have about 1500 users, we have a system if they havent used there account in 80 days it gets disabled. I will need to also hide accounts from the GAL. Will let you know how i get on.

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