RE: Removing email addresses from Recipients in Ex chnage 2003 SP1.

  • From: <Paul_Lemonidis@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 14:28:33 +0100

Hi Al

I expected it to give me that option too but it didn't? I had exactly the same 
problem with our old completely separate 2000 Organisation too.

I must admit I really wouldn't know where to start with a script.

May thanks for your help anyway.

Regards,

Paul Lemonidis.

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  From: Mulnick, Al 
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  Sent: Tuesday, August 24, 2004 2:10 PM
  Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Removing email addresses from Recipients in Ex 
chnage 2003 SP1.


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  When you removed the address, did it not give the option to remove it from 
the recipients?  Another way to remove them would be to use script.  Something 
along the lines of for each user, check proxy addresses, and if match to 
*@domain-d.com remove, commit, log, etc.  

  Al




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  From: Paul_Lemonidis@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:Paul_Lemonidis@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
  Sent: Tuesday, August 24, 2004 8:48 AM
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  Subject: [exchangelist] Removing email addresses from Recipients in Exchnage 
2003 SP1.


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  Hi all

  I have what I hope is a quick question. 

  I have 4 STMP domians setup for my new user accounts under reciepient 
policies. Thus when a new user is created they get the addresses  
joe.bloggs@xxxxxxxxxxxx; joe.bloggs@xxxxxxxxxxxx; joe.bloggs@xxxxxxxxxxxx and 
joe.bloggs@xxxxxxxxxxxx for example. 

  However, I wanted to remove one and have duly done so. However, the removed 
domain is still assigned to the current mailboxes. My question is how do I 
remove them without going to each mailbox in turn and manually removing them 
please?

  Many thanks in advance.

  Regards,

  Paul Lemonidis. 
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