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Is there a way to have a distribution list with email addresses that people cannot see in their address books? As soon as I hide an address the distribution list cannot deliver.
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jeremiahjohnson - If I understand the question you want to hide the membership of a Distribution List so that member names can not be seen in address book views but the DL is still visible.  If this is accurate I can tell you how to do it in Exchange V5.5.  In Exchange Administrator open the properties of the DL and click the Advanced tab.  In the lower left area of the screen just above the Administrative note space there is a list of checkboxes.  One of these is "Hide membership from address book".  If you check that box you should be able to see the DL and send mail to it but not be able to see the membership of the DL.

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Hello jeremiahjohnson

this question is open for more then 2 months
time to clean up
if not stated otherwise

my recom will be
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Question has been closed as per recommendation

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