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What do the Icons mean in Exchange 2010> Recipient configuration>Mailbox

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I have a server with Exchange 2010 on Windows Server 2008 R2 Ent.  For some reason two mailboxes in the EMC have different icons.  I am sure it means something, but I cant find a doc that gives me any clues.

Thanks Note the blue "Person" in the icon for Debo
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