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External Internet Addresses is Shared Address Book?

External Internet Addresses is Shared Address Book?

External Internet Addresses is Shared Address Book?

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Is there a way to share a list of external internet addresses within Exchange & Outlook?  For example, I'd like to set up another address book besides the Global that only listed external people's internet addresses.  We are using Exchange 5.5 w/ Outlook 97.  Thanks for any ideas on this.

RE: External Internet Addresses is Shared Address Book?

hello! I take it you've set up custom recipients??? if you set up a new recipient container and call it "third parties" this can be viewed in the address book uynder the "show names from the..." dropdown (FILE, NEW OTHER, Recipient container....hope this helps

RE: External Internet Addresses is Shared Address Book?

(OP)
Thanks, I had played around with custom recipients but had not gone as far as setting up a new recipient container.  If you have tips on importing custom recipeints please respond.  Thanks again.  

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