How to update proxyAddresses on a mailbox with an x500 address without having an x500 Proxy Generation DLL on the server?

Our VB6 program need to update Exchange2003 property "proxyAddresses" on a mailbox object.
Vi need to add an x500 address. We do that by writing the address to cdoexm.ImailRecipient.ProxyAddresses.
When we do that an exection i thrown:
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This type of e-mail address could not be created because the e-mail address generation .DLL file is not available.
- - ID no: c1030b38 - Microsoft CDO for Exchange Management
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We don't want the proposes DLL on our server. We can add the x500 address manuelly using the GUI "AD Users & Computers".
By choosing an address of type "other adress", the address i accepted, so when can be done by the GUI it is also
possible using code, but how?
raasorAsked:
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David WilhoitSenior Consultant, ExchangeCommented:
Use ADModify instead, I believe it can do this in bulk, from the Custom tab. Is it the X500 address of a server? If so, ADModify will handle this easily. Make sure you choose "multivalued append" or it will OVERWRITE the current value, instead of add one.

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raasorAuthor Commented:
Thanks, Kidego.

I got a good view of your answer on this page:
http://blogs.msdn.com/exchange/archive/2004/08/04/208045.aspx

I'm trying to join their group
http://www.gotdotnet.com/workspaces/workspace.aspx?id=f5cbbfa9-e46b-4a7a-8ed8-3e44523f32e2 , so I'll maybe will be able to see the code.

Still just hoping :-) ....
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David WilhoitSenior Consultant, ExchangeCommented:
let me know...

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