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Exchange 2010 - 12.Jan.2010 10:45:59 AM   
dhaven

 

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Good morning, I am in the process of setting up a new server with Exchange 2010 standard on it. I have a single exchange 2003 server that I am decommission once i have the 2010 server setup.

While running through the prerequisites I ran into this error, I was running the prep ad command. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Configuring Microsoft Exchange Server

   Organization Preparation         ......................... FAILED
    The following error was generated when "$error.Clear(); $acceptedDomains =
@{}; Get-AcceptedDomain | foreach { $domainName = $_.DomainName.ToString(); if (
$acceptedDomains.Contains($domainName)) { Write-ExchangeSetupLog -Warning "Dupli
cate AcceptedDomain found. '$($acceptedDomains[$domainName])' and '$($_.Name)' b
oth reference domain '$domainName'"; } else { $acceptedDomains.Add($domainName,
$_.Name); }; }; function getSmtpTemplates ([string]$property) { $input | Select-
Object -ExpandProperty $property | Where-Object {$_.PrefixString -eq "SMTP"} | F
oreach-Object {$_.AddressTemplateString -replace ".*@", ""}; } function addDomai
ns ([Microsoft.Exchange.Data.Directory.SystemConfiguration.AcceptedDomainType]$d
omainType) { $domain = $null; $input | Where-Object {-not $acceptedDomains.Conta
insKey($_)} | Where-Object {[Microsoft.Exchange.Data.SmtpDomainWithSubdomains]::
TryParse($_, [ref] $domain)} | Foreach-Object { $name = $domain.ToString(); if (
$name.Length -gt 64) { $name = $name.Substring(0, 64) }; if ($acceptedDomains.Co
ntainsValue($name) ) {$name = [System.Guid]::NewGuid().ToString()}; new-Accepted
Domain -Name:$name -DomainName:$domain -DomainType:$domainType; $acceptedDomains
[$domain.ToString()] = $name; }; } $emailAddressPolicies = Get-EmailAddressPolic
y; $emailAddressPolicies | getSmtpTemplates "NonAuthoritativeDomains" | addDomai
ns "InternalRelay"; $emailAddressPolicies | getSmtpTemplates "EnabledEmailAddres
sTemplates" | addDomains "Authoritative";" was run: "The e-mail address policy o
bject must have exactly one primary e-mail address with the prefix "FAXMAKER". P
roperty Name: ".
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RE: Exchange 2010 - 12.Jan.2010 4:40:02 PM   
jveldh

 

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Hi,

It looks like a recipient policy is in place which is causing issues. Which recipient policies are in place and which domains does it add ?

A similar issue is known when upgrading Exchange 2007 to SP1:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/948211

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RE: Exchange 2010 - 13.Jan.2010 1:56:02 PM   
dhaven

 

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Yep, It was my Recipient policy, I had two policies and they both had a reference to Faxmaker. I removed them both and was able to complete my setup. Thanks for your help.

-Dave

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