Creating my first Addresbookpolicy

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      I am doing something stupid but can not figure out what.
      I am creating an New Adressbookpolicy for the first time in my life.

      I can create the all the Addresslists. I tried first with the names i would like to give them.
      But trying to get to the problem, i  also used the example as on the Microsoft site.

      New-AddressList -Name "All Fabrikam"
      New-AddressList -Name "All Fabrikam Mailboxes"
      New-AddressList -Name "All Fabrikam DLs"
      New-AddressList -Name "All Fabrikam Contacts"
      New-AddressList -Name "All Fabrikam-Rooms"
      New-AddressList -Name "Fabrikam-All-OAB"
      New-AddressList -Name "All Fabrikam"

      This works just fine uptil now. If i use get-addresslist they are all there.
      Then when i try to do this:

      New-AddressBookPolicy -Name "All Fabrikam ABP" -AddressLists "\All Fabrikam","\All Fabrikam Mailboxes","\All Fabrikam DLs","\All Fabrikam Contacts" -RoomList "\All Fabrikam-Rooms" -OfflineAddressBook "\Fabrikam-All-OAB" -GlobalAddressList "\All Fabrikam"

      It fails with the this error.

      Address list or global address list "\All Fabrikam" was not found. Please make sure you typed the identity correctly.
      + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [New-AddressBookPolicy], ManagementObjectNotFoundException

       

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      I found this article that is similar:

      https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/2140313-roomlist-not-found-creating-new-address-book-policy

      If this doesn't help, you may want to post this in a forum specifically for Exchange as it may be something related to the Exchange Plan or other factors.

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