Sending again my darn signature.
When you create the new policy you have to filter it so that you only the specified accounts you wish to have this email domain gets it. This is in the general tab of the policy. Click modify and use the gui to create a filter. If the gui does not suite you then you can do a custom one by clicking custom search in the “Find” drop down box and choosing the advanced tab. Note things like filtering on OU do not work. What are you trying to filter based on?
I only need it for one email address, can you give me an idea what kind of ldap filter I need ??
[mailto:exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of James Chong
In that case you will need to create a new policy with new smtp domain and ldap filter. Give this policy a higher priority then your default priority.
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[exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Motlik, Richard
Thanks for the reply James , I just don't want everybody getting this new domain address
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On Behalf Of James Chong
Resending; appears my signature is barfing on this news group.
Default is perfectly fine.
Hosting Multiple SMTP Domains on Exchange 2000
I have 1 exchange 2003 sp2 server on windows 2003. I am in the process of transferring a domain to our org. If I create another recipient policy will I be adding that domain name to all the user/mailboxes in AD ?? Can I add the domain to an existing recipient policy ?? what is the best method to get this done right ?
Thanks in advance
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