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How can I change the name of an Exchange 2003 distribution group

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I have an exchange 2003 server and was requested to change a distribution group south1 to a name of west9 I make the changes in Active Directory but they do not replicate to the global address in outlook
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Did you make the change in Active Directory on the Exchange Server?
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Change the Display Name of distribution group and then only these changes will be shown to Global Address List.Because GAL only shows Display Name.
Go to Active Directory Users and Computers and then open this DL and click on Exchange General Tab and then change the display name from south1 to west9.
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