Exchange 2003 Mailbox

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Hello, I am not that strong in exchange and i cant seem to find the answer to my problem. I have a user that has been married and wants her mailbox to be under her new name and wants if people email her old email account they go to her new box. How would i complete this, and is it possible. Thanks, Riley
ASKED: May 16, 2010  11:48 PM
UPDATED: May 17, 2010  4:09 PM

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you must change the name in Active directory , and add a new email address, select the new address as the default, run “recipient update servcies” to update the infor between AD and exchange. voila. She has two address, one new and one old, and receive mail from both.

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  • Technochic
    Omar is correct, but just to clarify, you are not creating a new account for her. You are going into the properties of her existing account in AD and changing the last name there. Go to the email address tab of her account properties and add the new SMTP email address and make it primary as Omar says.
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