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Viewing Contact List thru Outlook Address Book

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I came upon this the other day. While composing a new message we clicked on the "To" button to get the address book. We then changed to the Outlook Address Book | Contact List. When viewing this contact list the only fields showing were the name fields and the Business FAX field and not inputting the email address into the message. How can we change this??
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I am not sure about this, but I guess it depends what transport service has the higher priority. If you go into TOOLS/SERVICES and select the Delivery tab, I guess you will find that "Microsoft Fax" is on a higher priority then your Mail server (which one ever).
I suppose you can fix this by changing the priority and set the Fax service down.
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