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Outlook 2010 - Contact names in Message Properties dialog box

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What is the purpose of the contacts button at the bottom of the Messerrage Properties dialog box?  
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That's for if you are trying to forward mails to another user aside from the current mailbox, the contacts box allows you to choose a name from your GAL (Global Address List).
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