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How do I create 2 emails addresses for a single user,

Say I have a user named:
Steve Smith:  stevesmith@xyz.com

AD user account is stevesmith,   email account is stevesmith@xyz.com

I want to create another email account:  ssmith@xyz.com, but I want to keep his AD logon ID as stevesmith.

How do I do that?
thx
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Go into your exchange management tool, select the user's mailbox, select email addresses; add the second email address. See below:

http://exchangepedia.com/2007/03/how-to-add-additional-email-addresses-to-a-recipient.html
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