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    Echnage 2003 address mapping

    I can't remember how to do this so any help would be nice.
    We are going to have mail forwarded to our exchange server for the first time. Previously I only used our server for backup purposes, but now we are to use it as our primary mail server.
    The issue is this. Our network mail addresses are arranged as so: firstnamelastname@domain.ac.uk but our staffs 'real' email address is firstname.lastname@domian.ac.uk.
    I have set up under the users properties their 'real' email as being the default SMTP one, but where do I set it on the Exchange Server, and what syntax is it again? It's been a while since I did this last.

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    Re: Echnage 2003 address mapping

    wot you after doing?

    You can set up a recipient policy that will give the users additional email addresses - check your CASA docs!

    [Exchange System Manager -> Recipients -> Recipient Policies -> New Policy (E-Mail Addresses) -> Email Addresses -> New -> SMTP Address]

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    Re: Echnage 2003 address mapping

    Our users current mail addresses differ form those generated by exchange. I want to ensure that their mail is delivered correctly.

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    Re: Echnage 2003 address mapping

    Can I ring you Chris?

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    Re: Echnage 2003 address mapping

    I was just looking at the computerperformance one

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    Re: Echnage 2003 address mapping

    @Dos_Box: That's only what I said but with the variable-names that you need - I thought I did well remembering all that off the top of my head! (he lies convincingly).

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