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exchange 2003 - Is there a way to change a contact to a distribution list without recreating it?

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We are using Exchange 2003.  I have a contact that needs to be changed to a distribution group.  Is there a way to change that contact or do I need to delete the contact and recreate from scratch?
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I am not aware of any way to do this other than deleting the user and creating a distribution or security group.
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That is what I suspected, but I figured I would check first.  Thanks!
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