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Outlook and Exchange and User Nicknames

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I am running Outlook with Exchange 2003.  Have have a user named Robert Smith and his user name is Robert Smith.  Employees commonly refer to him as Bobby.  Is there a way he can be found in the global outlook contacts list as bobby without changing his username?
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Question by:deklinm
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by:robrandon
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I believe if you add an additional X.400 address for his account and call it Bobby, it may do the trick.

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In the User's properties in ADUC...site "Bobby" in the Display Name field?
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by:Andres Perales
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It is the display name field that you need to change...
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