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Email Recipient Policy Management - 9.Mar.2012 6:19:40 AM   
KingMusto

 

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Greetings All

Not sure whether this is really a management issue but wasn't sure where else to place this post.

My exchange server has multiple email domains:

business1.com
business2.com
business3.com
etc

The current recipient policy gives all users in AD email addresses for all email domains, so user 1 will have:

user1@business1.com, user1@business2.com etc email addresses applied to its account.

The same will be true for user2, user3 etc

However, for argument sake, user1 is employed for business1.com and needs his default SMTP reply address to be set to user1@business1.com

whereas uer2 (in this example) works for business2.com (how original) and needs the default SMTP reply address to be set to user2@business2.com

But both users still need email addresses for all email domains, but the their default SMTP reply addresses need to reflect the company they work for.

In AD users and computers, under the user account properties, there's an 'Organization' tab, which has a field called 'Company'. To my knowledge, this is kept upto date (user 1 will have 'business1', user 2 will have 'business2' in this field)


so I'm wondering whether I can create multiple email recipient policies, the first one checking the 'company' field in AD, to see if it finds 'business1' and if it does, get it to set the default SMTP address to username@business1.com

And then create another policy to do the same for business 2, etc

If this is not possible, hopefully it is clear what I'm trying to achieve, so suggestions will be appreciated, I'm trying to make it an automated / easy to manager process, rather than me manually happening to update users email address all the time.

Thanks very much for your help
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RE: Email Recipient Policy Management - 27.Mar.2012 11:56:41 PM   
smithdavid

 

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I agree!!!


Thanks to sharing........






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< Message edited by smithdavid -- 28.Mar.2012 4:55:38 AM >

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RE: Email Recipient Policy Management - 27.Mar.2012 11:58:57 PM   
smithdavid

 

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I agree!!!


Thanks to sharing........

(in reply to KingMusto)
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