Cant you just set a forward up - much easier than messing with Exchange…
it is an old domain that the company used to own , the domain and admin contact was hosted by another company , now we will handle the admin contact info so it should be for one user only
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You'll need to filter based on
some rule that allows you to separate the "new" users from the
"old" users - perhaps an OU?
On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 8:41 AM, Motlik, Richard <RMotlik@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I only need it for one email address, can you give me an idea what kind of ldap filter I need ??
Sent: January 20, 2009 10:02 PM
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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On Behalf Of Motlik, Richard [RMotlik@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Thanks for the reply James , I just don't want everybody getting this new domain address
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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