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Is there a way to change the view order of the "Create an Exchange Mailbox" dialog box to either block (hide) a specfic server/store or change the sort order?

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Is there a way to change the view order of the "Create an Exchange Mailbox" dialog box to either block (hide) a specfic server/store or change the sort order?  I know the sort order of the servers/stores are done alphabetically, but was wondering if there is a way to change this behavior.  
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Hi,
Hiding would be achieved by Permissions, the person who is creating Account should not have access to the Mailbox Store thats it
Well, I doubt if you can change the Sort order
THanks
Nitin
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