Thursday , July 18 2019

How to Implement Address Book Policies in Exchange 2010 SP2 Effectively – Part 2

New Series Available for Exchange 2010/2013/2016 – Office365  –

How to Implement Address Book Policies in Office 365/Exchange 2013/2016 Effectively

How to Implement Address Book Policies in Office 365/Exchange 2013/2016 Effectively – Part 2

How to Implement Address Book Policies in Office 365/Exchange 2013/2016 Effectively – Part 3

Scenario 2: Two Companies Sharing a CEO

This is little tricky to understand but simple to do

In this scenario we have Two Organizations and One CEO

Where ORGA users should not see ORGB Users in their Global Address list

But CEO should see both the Organization in his GAL

And CEO should be listed for Both of the Organizations

or

Some times IT team will remain the same for both the organizations A & B

or

Headquarters will have own Employees where they will manage two different Organizations A& B

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This can be used in scenarios like above

Please refer the below link and have 2 organizations created as explained in Scenario1 because

the initial steps are very much the same

http://careexchange.in/how-to-implement-address-book-policies-in-exchange-2010-sp2-effectively/

Caution – Please Read through the above link and Proceed further for a better Understanding

For Organization A, I will use Custom attribute1

Custom attribute1 = ORGA

For Organization B, I will use Custom attribute2

Custom attribute2 = ORGB

Now I won’t apply Any Address book policy because my CEO doesn’t want to be restricted

And he should see all the Users in the Whole Organization

Note – He will be looking at the Default Global Address list

But my CEO has to be listed in

ORGA and ORG B – Global Address list

Now you must understand what the criteria we set for ORG A

Any user who has Custom attribute1 = ORGA will be listed in ORGA’s Global Address list

Now I will Set the Customattribute1 = OrgA for my CEO

Get-mailbox CEO | set-mailbox –customattribute1 ORGA

Now my CEO will be Listed in Organization A  , Global Address list , OAB , Address list

As Similar

To have my CEO listed in Organization B

Now I will Set the Customattribute2 = OrgB for my CEO

Get-mailbox CEO | set-mailbox –customattribute2 ORGB

Now my CEO will be Listed in Organization B’s  Global Address list , OAB , Address list as well

Great !!

You Learned how to Implement ABP in Shared CEO.

New Series Available for Exchange 2010/2013/2016 – Office365  –

How to Implement Address Book Policies in Office 365/Exchange 2013/2016 Effectively

How to Implement Address Book Policies in Office 365/Exchange 2013/2016 Effectively – Part 2

How to Implement Address Book Policies in Office 365/Exchange 2013/2016 Effectively – Part 3

About Satheshwaran Manoharan

Satheshwaran Manoharan is an Microsoft Office Server and Services MVP , Publisher of Azure365pro.com. Specialized in Office365 / Microsoft Exchange / Virtualization , Sathesh is an Messaging Expert supporting/Designing/Deploying many medium size businesses to large enterprises when it comes to Corporate messaging and Virtualization Infrastructure

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