How do I get Exchange 2007 to display the alias as being the recipient of the e-mail as opposed to the primary e-mail account recipient?

I recently upgraded from Exchange 2003 to 2007. I had an e-mail alias '' for an e-mail address ''. When an e-mail is sent to '', it automatically shows up as being sent to ''. Because of this, I can not create a rule in Outlook to move all e-mails sent to '' to a separate folder in the Inbox. In Exchange 2003, it did not automatically show up as being sent to '' and I was able to create a rule for e-mails sent to ''.
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When you open the properties for the test user, is the primary address set to
johnc0817Author Commented:
The test user in question has a primary e-mail address of Under the properties section in the E-mail Addresses tab, is and which is bolded and set as the reply e-mail address

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