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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: Mailbox and High Availability by Tony Redmond

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Address lists

Address lists provide a convenient method to present directory objects in containers and can be combined in an address book policy (ABP) to restrict users to the Active Directory information they can see. By default, Exchange comes with a number of predefined containers defined by address lists:

  • All Users. All the mailboxes known to the organization

  • All Groups. All the distribution groups and dynamic groups known to the organization

  • All Contacts. All the mail-enabled contacts known to the organization

  • All Rooms. All the room mailboxes known to the organization

  • Public Folders. All the public folders (both traditional and modern) known to the organization

These address lists are available to all clients. In addition, the default Global Address ...

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