Applies to: Exchange Server 2013, Exchange Online

Topic Last Modified: 2012-11-16

After you create an address book policy (ABP), you can view or modify the name and the assigned global address list (GAL), offline address book (OAB), room list, and address lists.

For additional management tasks related to ABPs, see Address Book Policy Procedures.

What do you need to know before you begin?

What do you want to do?

Change the OAB, room list, and GAL for an ABP

This example changes the OAB, room list, and GAL that will be used by mailbox users who are assigned the ABP named All Fabrikam ABP.

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Set-AddressBookPolicy -Identity "All Fabrikam ABP" -OfflineAddressBook \Fabrikam-OAB-2 -GlobalAddressList "\All Fabrikam GAL" -RoomList "\All Fabrikam Rooms"

Add an address list to an existing ABP

This example adds the address lists Contoso-Chicago and Contoso-Seattle to the ABP named ABPContoso.

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Set-AddressBookPolicy -Identity "ABPContoso" -AddressLists @{Add="Contoso-Chicago","Contoso-Seattle"}

Remove an address list from an ABP

This example removes the address lists Fabrikam-HR and Fabrikam-Finance from the ABP named ABPFabrikam.

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Set-AddressBookPolicy -Identity "ABPFabrikam" -AddressLists @{Remove="Fabrikam-HR","Fabrikam-Finance"}

Replace an address list in an ABP

This example replaces the address lists GovernmentAgencyA-ALL and GovernmentAgenceB-ALL with address lists GovernmentAgencyA-Atlanta and GovernmentAgencyA-Moscow for the ABP named GovernmentAgencyA.

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Set-AddressBookPolicy -Identity GovernmentAgencyA -AddressLists @{Remove="GovernmentAgencyA-ALL","GovernmentAgencyB-All";Add="GovernmentAgencyA-Atlanta","GovernmentAgencyA-Moscow"}

For more information

For detailed syntax and parameter information, see Set-AddressBookPolicy.