How to hide mail contect ?

Posted on 2010-04-06
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I have created many mail contact in our domain , the problem is that when user send mail to particualr user through outlook express then mail contact is shwoing ..i want block that users can not see the mail contact account from outlook express...

Question by:nesarmatrix
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by:Alan Hardisty
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Open up the contact in Active Directory Users & Computers and click on the Exchange Advanced Tab, then click on Hide from Address Book.
If you are on Exchange 2007 / 2010 - open via Exchange Management Console.
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Or as an alternative send the mail to yourself and BCC the recipient so the recipient can't see who the mail has gone to .

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i understand what about pop users like using outlook express..with using LDAP serach..how can block..
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by:Alan Hardisty
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I guess that depends on where the contacts are being displayed from.
Where are you seeing them from?

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mail contact are created on active directory and dispalyed on when using outlook expres then serach contact in address book then its showing ....we have created ldap account for viewing address book..

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