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rusbyr

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I am not able to find answers to the following 2 questions. Can anyone answer these?

1. I have users who have multiple (2) email addresses, both of them show up in the Address book when you select the TO: button. Since this litters up the selection, I only want their primary address showing. How is this accomplished?

2. Is there anyway to change the Primary Email address for a user at the server level. This was a migration to Kerio, so they have need to retain their original email address, However since Kerio extension tie to AD, it doesn't line up with their legacy naming conventions regard their ID's and Kerio created new email addresses rather then letting me tie to the legacy ones.

I am running a full Kerio implementation(6.5.0) in a Windows 2003 AD environment.
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sgovind

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same issue for me any1 can tell me the solution. i just move from exchange to kerio. so any help appreciated.

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sgr

KMS Version: 6.5.2
O/S : CentOS 5.2
KOFF : 12 clients
Webmail: 53 Clients
LDAP : Active Directory
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sgovind

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wot i did is just open the contact as public folder admin and removed the second email address and saved them.

KMS Version: 6.5.2
O/S : CentOS 5.2
KOFF : 12 clients
Webmail: 53 Clients
LDAP : Active Directory
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