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What does a globe mean next to an entry in the Global Address List?
Outlook 2003
Exxchange 2003
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the globe represents that is a non-Exchange mailbox.  An external to the company email address for example.
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When a globe appears to left of someone's name, it means they are not using Outlook. For instance, you can add a contact with only a smtp email address. We do this on client's servers so they can select our address to send support inquires.

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Rob
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