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    OWA Alias Matching

    Does anyone know how to make OWA to exact match aliases automatically ie it does it without using "=".

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    Re: OWA Alias Matching

    You can use an @ instead of an = if you like. Not terribly helpful, but slightly more intuitive!

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    Re: OWA Alias Matching

    Thanks I'll will keep that in mind but i really wanted OWA to assume that when it check names it checks for exact alias by default. You can do it in Outlook by specifying a switch on the server but I dont think it works for OWA.

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