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  3. why does the chime still alert me to an email even though it goes to my filtered junk folder? Shouldn't the filter precede the chime

    why does the chime still alert me to an email even though it goes to my filtered junk folder? Shouldn't the filter precede the chime

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  4. "ms-exch-co-managed-by-link"

    In the address book with an Outlook-365 and less, the properties of a group show only the owner of the group "Managed-by" field of the active directory in a vector view but it is a single value. With Exchange server, another vector field is use for other owners "ms-Exch-Co-Managed-By-Link". Since Outllook 2003, that error still the same. The only way to see Owners of a group is in OWA options Group or modify the group Template in exchange server
    My need, show the value of the field "Ms-Exch-Co-Managed-By-Lind" in the group properties in the address book of Outlook and if…

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