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Outlook 2003 Auto complete

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Is there a way to get the auto complete in Outlook 2003 to display the name and email address? Currently it just shows the name in braces for internal addresses.  However in Outlook 2007 it shows the name and email address.
For example:
Outlook 2003 - <Joe Smith>

Outlook 2007 - Joe Smith <jsmith@domain.com>

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by:Sikhumbuzo Ntsada
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You will have to get an add on to accomplish that
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Updated all systems to 2010.
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No acceptable solution added.  Updated all systems to 2010.
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