We are running Exchange 2007 with Outlook 2007 clients. I have user A who has a 3rd party email address he shares with his wife. User A's exchange server account forwards his email (email@example.com) to this shared 3rd party address (firstname.lastname@example.org). This all works fine and dandy. The problem arises when user B (also on our Exchange server) wants to email his wife (the wife is listed in user B's personal address book). When the email arrives in her inbox, it has his name on it. This apparently causes confusion among User A, his wife, and User B, Is there a way for User B's address book to take priority over Exchange's GAL when sending email?