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Email Alias in Exchange 2003

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I am running an Exchange Server 2003 and need to create an email alias for a user so that both names resolve to the same account. I can't seem to find anything on MS site or Google and I wouldn't think it would be that hard. Can someone please point me in the right direction?
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In Active Directory Users and Computers open the users account properties. Switch to the E-mail Addresses tab and click the New button - select SMTP address and click OK - type the alias address you need and you're all set.
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