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Posted on 2008-06-24
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If I have a user thats no longer with the company, and say I decide to Hide from Exchange address lists will I still be able to use that account to be open as an  additional mailbox in another users outlook? A good example would be a sales person that is gone; I dont want the user showing up anymore in the GAL but I want his Manger to be able to open his e-mail through his outlook
Is there a way around this?
Because when I try to do this the message I get back is:
Name cannot be resolved, the name cannot be matched to a name in the address list
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if the name is already added before the user was hidden then yes
if you hide the user from the gal and then try to add him/her in outlook as an additional mailbox then it will not work

you can add the mailbox first and then hide him/her from the gal.
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