After installing Active Directory on your network, you likely noticed a type of object that can be created, which sounded as though it belonged in a client email application rather than in a network resource management system. This object is the contact object.
In essence, there is really no use for a contact object but a lot of value in having mail-enabled contacts.
In this chapter, you will learn to:
Create and mail-enable contact objects
Manage mail-enabled contacts and mail-enabled users in a messaging environment
Implement coexistence between on-premise Exchange deployments and Outlook Live deployments
So what is the use of a mail-enabled contact? Well, many organizations ...