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How do I not display fax number on display name with I form a email.

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I hope I can explain this correctly. When I bring up the "To.." dialog box. I see names twice, one for smtp and fax number to send my email. I just want to show the smtp name and display name, confusing to users. I do I set this option in outlook.
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You cannot change this behavior.
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