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Remove Address Book Policy with PowerShell in Exchange

You like to remove an Address Book Policy (ABP) with PowerShell in Exchange. Let’s show you the commands that you need. In this article, you learn how to list the ABPs and how to remove that particular policy. What are we waiting for? Let’s start.

Get Address Book Policy

Let’s first get all the Address Book Policies in the organization. Run Exchange Management Shell as administrator. Run the following command.

Now that we know of the policy named Test, we like to remove it.

Remove Address Book Policy

Run the following command to remove the policy Test and confirm with Y.

Address Book Policy is deleted. You can confirm by running the command. This will list all the address book policies in the organization.

Conclusion

In this article, you learned how to remove an Address Book Policy with PowerShell in Exchange. If you enjoyed this article, you may like Remove Offline Address Book in Exchange through PowerShell. Don’t forget to follow us and share this article.

ALI TAJRAN

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