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Disable 'Contact' in EMC

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I notice within the Exchange Management Console it's possible to Disable a mail-enabled Contact. This will apparently remove Exchange information from the Contact.

If I have an external contact in my AD with an email address partner@microsoft.com, then if I search the EMC for Contacts with that address, I can find the object. If I 'disable' the Contact within the EMC, this removes Exchange information from the Contact, and I can't see it anymore.

Does anyone know where I can find it now? Can it only be found within AD? And if I wanted to re-enable the Contact, how would I do this?

Running Exchange 2007 SP2.
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