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May 12, 2005 03:51 PM|LINK
We deployed Hosted Exchange 2003 based on MS Provisioning (HMC 3.0). We can create without any problem SMTP domains and recipient policies.
Our recipient policy (by using MPS) for a business organization has a policy which has two different SMTP e-addresses policy:
We created the organization with the SMTP domain
domainA.com. Later we created additionally SMTP domain domainB.com for the same organization and in the same policy.
Only and only the policy for @domainA.com is applied to the user e-mail addresses. The e-mail addresses policy
domainB.com is never applied to.
The option "Automatically update e-mail addresses based on recipient policy" on the User Properties > E-Mail Addresses of a AD user is not enabled on default. If we enable this option, the user
get following e-mail addresses and the primary e-mail address domainA.com is
no more primary:
After enabled this option: for Example, the e-mail addresses for the user
Peter Schwarz are:
- p.schwarz@domainA.com (no more primary)
- firstname.lastname@example.org (now this one is primary)
- x.400 address is also applied to user.
Can somebody tell me what is happening in system (MPS or Exchange)? What is wrong and how can we fix this problem?