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Configuring Exchange to receive mail for multiple domains
How to configure an Exchange-based computer to receive mail for multiple domains?
By default, the relaying of unsolicited commercial e-mail in Exchange is not pre-configured. If mail for multiple domains is being accepted on an Exchange computer, then the Default Recipient Policy must contain all domains. To configure an Exchange computer to receive mail for multiple domains:
For example, to accept mail for Contoso.com, type the following in the Address box, @contoso.com and then click OK:
Change the Primary Email Address in Exchange 2007
In Exchange 2007, you can not set the new email address as primary in the ordinarily way and the option for Set as Reply (which is the same as Set as primary option – is grayed out):
In order to change the default email address, you must first have to unmark the Automatically update e-mail addresses based on recipient policy (you will see that the Set as primary option – is no longer grayed out):
Notice: If you unmarked this option and you make changes in the email address policies (under the Hub transport role) - those changes will NOT take effect on this user:
Now, mark the new email address and click on the Set as primary option:
Important: After you have changed the default email address - it will not be changed automatically in the AD:
Change manually the primary email address in the AD:
This process of removing the Automatically update e-mail addresses based on recipient policy in order to change the default email address, is by design.
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