. . . we have recently installed GALsync 4 into our environment to share GALS with a similar sized third party company. My question is, when
we run the import – which works perfectly well, it (obviously) doubles
the size of our GAL – which makes life a little more complicated for our
there a documented procedure you can recommend – that would enable us
to view the imported contacts (in this case some 14,000) in their own
dedicated address book – and NOT in the GAL itself.
See answer her:
Frankfurt, Germany / TEC (Quest)
Just sitting in a meeting with Greg Taylor, Senior Program
Manager, Exchange Server, Microsoft Corporation talking about “What’s
New in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP2: Featuring GAL Segmentation”.
He published a nice document at http://media.ch9.ms/teched/na/2011/ppt/EXL326.pptx , where he described the more detailed.
Some helpful links to other documents:Exchange 2003
- Shared Hosting with Exchange 2003 (Part 1)
- Shared Hosting with Exchange 2003 (Part 2)
- Exchange 2003 Address List Segregation Document
- White Paper: Configuring Virtual Organizations and Address List Segregation in Exchange 2007
- GAL Segmentation announced for Exchange 2010 SP2
- GAL Segmentation, Exchange Server 2010 and Address Book Policies