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How to import contacts in a .csv file to Exchange 2003

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I have a list of email addresses that were saved to a .csv file.

I need to make a distribution list in Exchange Server 2003 from these.  I can manually add them but there are quite a few, how can I do this automatically?
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Are you planning to send alot of emails to this list?
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I only ask due to the risk of having your mail server banned and added to the SPAM senders list, if you know what I mean..

With distribution of mass email, its allways good to invest in an online Newsletter application that will not blacklist your mail server.

If some Spam servers around the world banns ur IP, ur gona have big problems.
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Also, I believe a distribution list should be created in AD not Exchange if you decide to take that route.
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Oh no, this is a distribution list for outages for an application we have, the list was based on another exchange server not on our network.
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