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Creating a Global Contact List for Everyone to Use

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Everyone in my company email a list of 10 external email contacts at one point or another during each month.
Is there away I can create a contacts folder that will have these 10 email addresses, and allow everyone to see it as they do the Global Address List?

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Christian
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follow the Creation of mail enabled contacts of this document.
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/User-Groups-Distribution-List-Contact-Management.html
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they will show up in your global address list with a world icon beside them, so put what you want the users to see in the display name, ie, john smith (external company name)
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