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I have a user who got married and now wants her email changed to her married name.
We have exchange 2007 without SP1.

I was advised to create a custom alias.
How do you do that?

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Please go to the property of the user account and make necessary change as per lastname / alias.
Incase you want to change her email address without making any of these changes - please uncheck the check box under email address and change the email address as per the user's wish - also set the email address "set as reply" this would make the new email address as primary.

Hope this clears your doubt.
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