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Alias field of Address Book in Outlook

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Where does the Address Book pull the data for the "Alias" field in Active Directory?
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Question by:johnniej3rd
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by:imkottees
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Hi,
from Account field.
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by:johnniej3rd
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Thanks for your answer; however "Account" is a Tab with multiple fields. So I am sure you are close however there is more detail needed to arrive at an acceptable solution.

Have a great day!

-JJ
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ah.. i must be wrong..

it should be from Alias tab (mailbox properties--> General-->Alias)

what do you say?
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by:johnniej3rd
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That's close enough!
I needed to show MSFT that the EOL mail alias was out of sync with my on prem org recipient detail.
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