Custmer is running Unity 3.1.2c with Exchange 2000<br><br>We have defined an "Internet Subscriber" for a specific purpose AND we DO NOT want this <br>Unity Subscriber to appear in Exchange 2000.<br><br>As these Unity Users are just for Transering purposes within Call Handlers, they need not appear in Exchange....in fact , they add confusion to the Exchange administrator by being there.<br><br><br>
You can mark any account (mail user or contact) to be visible in the Exchange address book or not. You can do this in ADUC on the "Exchange Advanced" tab for that contact (be sure you have the View | Advanced Features option checked in ADUC).
Unity 3.x can see and deal with objects hidden in the address book no problem.
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