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Outlook 2003 and duplicate contact smtp and fax entries

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I am running Outlook 2003 on Exchange Server and when users add contacts with fax numbers, Outlook automatically adds a duplicate entry. There will be a contact with the contacts email addres and then a seperate contact with the fax number.
How do I disable this or are there any 3rd party plugins/software?
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Looks like a feature, not a bug.
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This is the perfect solution!!

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