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Old 04-19-2008, 09:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can the web client handle multiple alias Outlook addresses? I have a user that has a default SMTP addresses that mail gets delivered to [email address]. This email gets delivered to Outlook and to BB ok. Reconcilation works as it should.

My issue is that the user has 3 other Outlook email addresses that get deliverd to this same mailbox account. [email address], [email address] etc. Outlook handles this fine. Can the BB web client handle this without duplicating email in Outlook? Wouldn't creating 3 more addresses in the web client would create duplication and triplication in Outlook?

Any help would be great. I am going to tell the users to decide on one corporate email address to use.
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