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  • Exchange 2003/2007 Recipient Policy Problem

    After introducing Exchange 2007 into our 2003 environment we discovered one of our recipient policies was a problem b/c it was created in Exchange 5.5. The recommended solution from MS was to recreate the policy in Exchange 2003 which we did. This created a problem. Once we did what MS said we...

    EastCoastGuy245 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t Delete Old Recipient Policies in Ex2003

    We just had our first need to add an additional recipient policy to assign a secondary smtp address to a specific group of users. The policy was added successfully and if you preview the ldap filter, the results are correct. The problem is now one of Priority. Back in our 5.5 days we had a regional...

    SkipCourt5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook error message – recipient list too large

    recipient list too large.  Emailing to a group of 100 people. Error msg says list too large. I upgraded from Outlook Express to Outlook and reentered the email addresses for my group email and resent. Same error message - recipient list too large. only 50 emial addresses go thru.  What setting do...

    NED2COMUNIC85 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 Recipient Policy

    We have an exchange 2003 server, configured to accept messages from multiple smtp domain names. The domain are defined in the Recipient Policy folder in ESM. so far so good. We have a number of users with a smtp email domain address which is not defined in the Recipient policy domain list, these...

    Harry1235 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Exchange 2003, Recipient Policy, mailbox management.

    A question submitted on SearchExchange.com I created a policy that deletes or is supposed to delete all emails older than 240 days. Followed the MS kb article to a T in setting up the rule. The mailbox manager goes out finds emails, deletes them, and reports having done so. Checking mailboxes it...

    ITKE351,965 pointsBadges:
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