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How to Get the GUID of the Address Book in Office365

Open the Exchange admin center in Office 365 > permissions > admin roles Add the Address Lists roll to an existing roll group or create a new role group with the Address List role. Make sure you are a member of the group. Connect to Office 365 with Powershell: $session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri "https://ps.outlook.com/powershell/" -Credential $cred -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection Import-PSSession $session Get GUID of global address list: Get-GlobalAddressList | fl name, guid Get GUID of other address list: List address lists: Get-AddressList | fl name Enter name of address list in place of addresslistname below: Get-AddressList -Identity "addresslistname" | fl name, guid Disconnect PowerShell session: Get-PSSession | Remove-PSSession

Sept 2015 Update: Search Performance Improvements, Advanced Search, Search External Contact Lists & More

Download the v1.0.5725.25009 MSI Installer: Click HereNew Features Significant Search Performance Improvements Advanced Search New Filtering Capabilities Search Exchange GAL via EWS Search Any External Contact List Multiple Contact Lists PC and User Level Contact Lists Saved Dynamic Contact Groups Segmented Contact List Connect to Exchange different than local PC credentials Search Results Limit Search Results Count Fixes DTMF with “Transfer on Answer” would sometimes not allow switching “keypad mode” between DTMF &  DIAL.Significant Search Performance Improvements We have done some refactoring of our search code that makes significant performance improvements to the existing Basic Search and the new Advanced Search. Advanced SearchBy default Attendant Pro uses Basic contact search which uses the Skype for Business SDK logic for searching for contacts. We have now added Advanced contact search which increases performance, add more flexible filtering, adds ability to se…