Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 provides many advantages that will help you to quickly create and efficiently manage address lists for your organization.
If you administered Address Book views in previous versions of Exchange, you will discover that, instead of creating Address Book views for your users, you select the membership of each address list you create by defining search filters that are used to search Active Directory.
For example, in previous versions of Exchange, an Address Book view defined by the "Country" attribute created one address list for every country represented. If there were three countries represented (for example: the United States, Brazil, and the United Kingdom), three address lists would be created automatically. With Exchange 2000, you create each address list independently.
Important You must create new Exchange 2000 address lists for any Address Book views that you want to migrate from previous Exchange versions.
Related TopicsUnderstanding Address Lists