RE: Setting email format with Recipient Policy

  • From: "Reed, Russ" <Russ.Reed@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2002 13:55:04 -0600

Yes, This was exactly what I was looking for.
Thanks
Russ

-----Original Message-----
From: Fares Rihani [mailto:fares@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 1:23 PM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Setting email format with Recipient Policy


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Hey Russ,

In the Recipient policy properties, click on the "E-Mail address (policy)"
tab
add an SMTP entry that looks like this:

        %g.%s@xxxxxxxxxxxx

That will add an address %g (Given name) then a period "." then %s (Surname)
followed by the Domain name (@Mydomain.com)
This will affect the addresses of who the policy is applied to. (if it
doesn't already exit)

Example name: Daniel Shelly  (@microsoft.com)
would add

        Daniel.Shelly@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

As an address.

Hope that helps,

Fares



From Exchange help:
'****************************************
You can type text as well as replacement strings in the SMTP Address
Properties dialog box, in Address. Use the format



userformat@domain



where userformat is optional and can contain text as well as replacement
strings, and domain is an alphanumeric domain name.

The default user format string, if one is not specified, is %m. A user
format string of %% results in a replacement string of a single percent
sign.



User Format     String  Replacement String  Format String  Proxy Generated
For
Sample User
%s      Surname                         %s@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Shelly@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
%g      Given name                      %g@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Daniel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
%i      Middle initial          %g.%i.%s@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Daniel.B.Shelly@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
%d      Display name            %d@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
DanielB.Shelly@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
%m      Mailbox                         %m@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
daniels@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
%rxy  Use %r to identify that you want to substitute one character for
another. The character you want to remove is listed after the %r, shown by
the x in the User Format String column. The character you want to substitute
is listed next, represented by the y in the User Format String column. If x
and y are equal, the character will be deleted.
'****************************************




-----Original Message-----
From: Russ [mailto:russ.reed@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 9:16 AM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Setting email format with Recipient Policy



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I am trying to add a recipient policy that specifies the default email
address as 'firstname.lastname@xxxxxxxxxx'. The default recipient policy
sets the email address as the exchange 'alias@xxxxxxxxxx'.

Has anyone done this?

Thanks
Russ



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