Let’s deal with some export tools: these can be Exchange Management Console, Powershell, MS Access or csvde utility.In fact, there are no tools to export Exchange Global Address to any format in MS Outlook. Then check the mailbox Exists (See Check for existence of mailbox sections below).1. The Mailbox SHOULD be in the right hand window (Providing you are in the correct administrative group, on the correct server, and in the correct mailbox store! Remember with Exchange 2007 / 2010 you create the mailbox with the Exchange system Manager anyway! On the Exchange Server, Start Ensure “Hide From Exchange Address Lists” is NOT ticked. If you receive an error message then you can investigate further (Note: Set your Outlook client to send you a delivery report on the test email as well).
Firstly and fore mostly: If you do anything in Exchange: Apply the “cup of coffee rule”, never make a change then go and prove that change works straight away! However most of us work in the real world and you have a user who needs to use this mailbox yesterday! Remember, if you are looking at the Global Address List in Outlook then you are NOT looking at the Servers Global Address List*.
You can export only your personal address book, but it’s quite troublesome to copy all GAL recipients to it.
The easiest way is to export the address book right in the EMC console.
Using cmdlets like those below will save you time, more so when you realize that every Exchange 2007 configuration task has a faster command-line equivalent.
Furthermore, certain commands are ONLY available in the Shell, for example, new-Global Address List.