To use the script, launch Power Shell, then do this: .\import-bulk GALcontacts.ps1 -csv Path "c:\temp\mailcontacts.csv" This app uses Power Shell behind the scenes to upload and add new (or update existing) external contacts in Exchange Online.
If you're not using directory synchronization with your local Active Directory for contacts management, or prefer to keep your contacts just in Exchange Online - this app is for you!
Default address lists are, All Contacts, All Groups, All Rooms, All Users, Public Folders and Default Global Address List. So we want to create two different address lists based on the city location of the employees. At first, I will create custom address list for Toronto city. Type Toronto as the keyword and click ‘ ’ add symbol. I have named the address list as Ottawa-Address-List with value of Ottawa in custom attribute 1.
This appears at the bottom of an email message (see figure 1 below).
Users use address lists to find contact information of other users. Do the same for users that live in Ottawa and type Ottawa in custom attribute 1. Here, you can see the lists of default address lists created by default. Select the address list and on the detail view click update.
Six address lists are created by default after installing the Exchange Server 2013. Scenario: The company Must Be Geek has employees working from two different cities, say Toronto and Ottawa. Here, open the properties of user mailboxes who lives in Toronto. Now, to create address lists, log on to EAC (Exchange Administration Center). Now, to create a new custom address list, click ‘ ’ sign. Now repeat the same steps and create another address list for Ottawa city.
You do a search of the Global Address List from your smart Phone but you don’t have enough wireless signal.
Being in the basement, you head back up the stairs and hover by a window.