Thx, adding the letter worked great. I'll take a look at
the link you sent also.
>Outlook considers fax numbers to be valid electronic
addresses, since there are many client- and server-based
components that can use such addresses.
>One method to hide fax numbers from the address book is
to prefix the fax number with one or more letters (maybe B
for business fax, H for home, O for other). If the fax
number begins with a letter, Outlook won't show it in the
address book. This definitely works in Outlook 2000 and
you'll find a Hide Fax Numbers utility that adds a text
prefix to fax numbers for all your contacts and removes it
when you really do need to use a fax number in an Outlook
>Another way to avoid avoid having fax numbers appear in
the address book is simply not to enter data in the fax
fields. Put fax numbers in some other (non-phone) fields.
>Microsoft has a Knowledgebase article at
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=305361 that explains
>Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
>Outlook and Exchange solutions at http://www.slipstick.com
> Microsoft Outlook Programming: Jumpstart
> for Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
>> I am attached to a Exchange 5.5 Server using Outlook
>> in corporate mode. When Sending a email to someone in
>> contact list (not the global company address list)
>> Username (e-mail) address shows up and their
>> Username (business fax) shows up .
>> Is their a way I can make the Business Fax disappear,
>> since I do not need to see their fax number when