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Adding a exchange alias

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Is there a way to add an alias to my receipent policy to include. FirstName.Lastname@alias.com? I currenly have first initial.lastname@alias.com. I have to manually enter firstname.lastname every time i add a user. I there a way i can do this automatically?
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absolutely ... take a look at this http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=285136
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Thanks!
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