These accounts why greyed out in comparison to the normal accounts.I tracked this down to that the client had cloned some accounts from an account that used to have a mailbox attached to them.Recipient Filter | select Name, Primary Smtp Address, Hidden From Address Lists Enabled | Export-Csv -No Type Information -Path "C:\My Documents\Southeast Offices Export.csv" When you create an address list in the EAC, you must include a recipient filter that's based on the recipient type (specific types or all recipients).
I've tried adding second and third accounts using random names, and it does the same for those as well.
I have found that we are short on our Exchange Client Access Licenses. I've never seen this before from a licensing shortage. We have a Dell server running Windows Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2003 with a single domain and only one Exchange server.
Recipient Filter | select Name, Primary Smtp Address, Hidden From Address Lists Enabled $GAL = Get-Global Address List -Identity "Humongous Insurance"; Get-Recipient -Result Size unlimited -Recipient Preview Filter $GAL.
Recipient Filter | select Name, Primary Smtp Address, Hidden From Address Lists Enabled | Export-Csv -No Type Information -Path "C:\My Documents\Humongous Insurance Export.csv" For more information about the requirements and implications of having multiple GALs in your organization, see Global address lists.
It appears that a mailbox exists that can be logged into via Outlook Web Access, but no email address is defined.