Re: SMTP Addressing and Exchange 2003 ADC?
From: MartinHTN (m_at_ht.n)
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2004 11:48:31 -0400
The legacy Recipient Policy has a higher priority than the Default RP. If a
user matches the filter for both RPs, only the one with the higher priority
will be applied, so that explains the first issue.
As for adding additional domains to the legacy RP, that should work,
although I'm not sure how that will replicate back to Exchange 5.5 because
it looks like the Site Addressing object in 5.5 can only have one SMTP
address. Regardless, adding additional SMTP addresses will not overwrite
existing ones - it will just add the new ones to each recipient.
Also, FYI, the legacy RP will still remain even after you switch to native
"PBI" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> We are in the process of migrating to Exchange 2003 from
> Exchange 5.5, we currently have both running in the same
> site. On Exchange 5.5 we using Routing to accespt
> incoming mail from Domain2.com - Domain10.com and forward
> it to user@Domain1.
> In the Exchange 2003 Recipients policy I'm seeing one
> policy for the legacy system and a Default Policy. I need
> users on the Exchange 2003 server to be able to receive
> mail as user@Domain1.com...user@Domain10.com
> If I add @Domain2.com to the default recipients policy,
> the server accepts mail from that domain but the
> user@Domain2 address doesn't get added to the user's e-
> mail address list, I have to add it manually. I was
> reading somewhere that with the ADC installed the legacy
> recipients policy has control, should I add @Domain2.com
> there to populate the users?
> I don't want to overwrite the users current SMTP
> addresses as some of them aren't standard.
> Any help would be appreciated! Is there a recommended
> method of doing this? I'm sure a lot of people migrating
> have more than 1 SMTP domain accepting mail in Exchange