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Why is Mail-Enabled Universal Distribution Group Bold and Not Dynamic Distribution Groups in GAL?

Posted on 2009-07-15
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When I open up Outlook 2007 address book and filter out groups, the Mail-Enabled Universal Distribution Group are BOLD and the Dynamic Distribution Groups are not. It gives the Mail-Enabled Groups more emphasis and I would not like to visually show that they are different.

Is there a way to make all groups bold or none at all?
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I am afraid it is not possible by changing any settings, if you ask me why it is not bold, I Dont have any real answer... I might say Microsoft is designed outlook 2007 in that way& :-)

This is a functionality of outlook 2007 that to display the object classes in a predesigned format. As you can see, in office 2007 Microsoft has designed unique icons to identify the objects in GAL. I have done a google search but it did not return anything..

In my opinion only Microsoft can help you, Else a programmer who can break and rewrite the Microsoft code.
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Thanks for the response!
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