There may be times when you'll need to hide a particular mailbox, contact, or distribution group from your Exchange address lists. This is a common task that is required when you have mailboxes, contacts, or public folders used by applications or staff in your IT department that should not be seen by end users. In this recipe, we'll take a look at how you can disable these recipient types from the address lists using the Exchange Management Shell.
To hide a mailbox from the Exchange address lists, use the
Set-Mailbox dave –HiddenFromAddressListsEnabled $true
As you can see, hiding a mailbox from address lists is pretty straight forward, as it requires only a ...