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Does MS exchange server 2007 allow ‘plus’ tagging for email addresses?

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Does MS exchange server 2007 allow ‘plus’ tagging for email addresses?

Can this be done with MS Exchange? I have seen it done with other emails, but not Exchange.
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Are you referring to tags in the sense of multiple addresses accepted for individual users?

Such as:
john.smith@microsoft.com
john.smith@tailspintoys.com
john.smith@contoso.com

Whereby all of the above are delivered to the same mailbox?

If so, the answer is yes - email address aliases.
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