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SMTP Address Linitation in AD Contact

Posted on 2008-06-18
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How many e-mail addresses can you have in an AD contact?  I am assuming just one because you cannot separate the addresses with a semi or comma.  Is this the case?
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not possible. 1 contact - 1 SMTP address.
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From Active Director Users and Computers, edit the user and there will be an E-mail Addresses tab (If you have the Exchange Management tools installed), click on this and you can add the additional SMTP addresses required.
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How you getting on with this one - Need any more help?
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Thanks.  Sory for taking so long to get back.
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