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Exchange distro smaller than members

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We have exchange 2010 and we have a distro made which is a universal distribution.  It says that theres 99 members when you add it to the 'To' line in outlook, but when you expand it, it shows 103 members.  Is there something that would be restricting this?
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If a contact has more than one e-mail address, you have no opportunity to select which one to use. All the recipient’s addresses are added to the message; it’s up to you to delete the duplicates.
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