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What would be the solution to this problem?

Small Domain running on Small Business Server 2003
Windows XP Professional Clients
Office 2K3 Installed

One of the clients has a Distribution List with greater than 100 contacts in it.  It gives an error basicly saying that you cannot store that many in each Distribution List, and that it needs to be setup on the server.  The problem is this, I don't want anyone else on the domain to be able to send to that list.  How can I fix this problem?
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If you are using Active Directory ( not too sure if Small Biz Server uses it ) you can create its own "container" and set the security so only that one person can see it.

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Ian
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