[Outlook 2K3] how to display recipient address ?

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    Hi,

    we have about 50 e-mailaddresses now with a bunch of who are united to one Active Directory group. Ex.: [email protected] goes to Group1 but [email protected] goes also to Group1. Now everytime when sales receives an e-mail members of Group1 see in the recipientfield the name of the group “Group1” but they want to know the recipient-mailaddress.
    I found on the KB a few articles for Exch.5.5 and 2000 I should change the ResolveP2 parameter on the register, but for 2003 this doesn’t work.

    What can I do to fix this ?

    regards.

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