Sending Email Sharepoint List Sharepoint SBS 2003

I have SBS 2003 with the Sharepoint that came with it.  I set up a list.  I am able to have it automatically send an email to 3 of the users but not the 4th.  You can send an email to that user via Outlook.
I tried deleting the user from user settings in sharepoint and readding hoping that would work but to no avail.
Any ideas?
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Edit that user's profile information in SharePoint, and add the e-mail address.
drkerrAuthor Commented:
I think that is what I am doing.
I am doing:
I go to :
Site settings
Manage Users
I notice their contact card has the correct email address but also has my email address as well.

Where do you edit the users profile in sharepoint.  The above only allows you to manage group membership so I must be missing where to go.
Have to go in the way back machine for 2003. :) Try Method 1:

How to view and manage site collection users in SharePoint Portal Server 2003

Method 1: Use the Manage Site Collection Users page
You must manually connect to the Manage Site Collection Users page to use the Manage Site Collection Users page. To connect, type the following address in the Address bar of your Web browser, and then press ENTER:


In the address, ServerName is the name of the server that is running SharePoint Portal Server 2003.


To edit the properties of a user, click the name of the user, and then click Edit User Information on the User information: UserName page.

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drkerrAuthor Commented:
While I didn't use the command line as suggeted, it pointed me to figure out if there was a different place to administer users other than a specific site page.
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