The recipient policies in Exchange Server is an important feature that has a recipient's mailbox address, including: X.400 addresses, Microsoft Mail adress, cc:mail Addressing, SMTP address, Lotus Notes adress, Novell GroupWise addresses, and so on. In Exchange Server, it is through recipient Policies that the email forwarded to this server conforms to the established recipient Policies and is used to determine whether or not to receive it.
When we installed a new Exchange server, we automatically set up a default Policy, which uses the domain name we entered at the time of the installation as the mail address.
The filter rules (mailnickname=*) represent all users using this policy, which means that when we create a new user, Exchange will automatically pass recipient Update Service creates a mailbox for the user.
Below, we will take concrete steps to describe how to use the characteristics of the recipient policies to establish a multiple domain name mail system.
(1), first click on "Start", "Programs", "Administrative Tools", "Active Directory Users and Computers", open Active Directory Users and Computers, right click on your domain, select "new", "Organizational unit." In "name" fill in your new e-mail domain name, such as: You need to create new mail domain name is: email@example.com, then in the "name" to fill in: yourdomainb.com, after filling in, click "Confirm".
(2), new and set recipient Policies
Open Exchange System Manager, expand Recipients, and click Recipient Policies. On the right you will see the existence of all recipient Policy. Right-click Recipient Policies, select "New", "Recipient Policy". Then will pop up dialog box, select "E-Mail Addresses", click "OK".
At name, fill in the domain name of your new email, for example: you need to create a new mail domain name: firstname.lastname@example.org, then fill in the name: yourdomainb.com. Click the "Modify ..." pop-up dialog box below to remove the hook to the left of the "Users with external e-mail addresses,groups,contacts,public Folders". Then click "Advanced" and select "User" in "field". Then select "Login Name", click "Login Name" in "Criteria" select "End", the "value" to fill in your new e-mail domain name plus "@" Plus your Active Directory DNS suffix, such as the new e-mail domain name: yourdomainb.com, Active Directory DNS suffix is: yourdomaina.com, then fill in: email@example.com. Then click Add
Click "OK", then the System Pop-up dialog box, click "OK" again, back to "Recipient Policy Properties", "Recipient Policy Properties" click "E-Mail Addresses" (Policy At this point, you can see that there are two items in the rules: One is an SMTP address, the other is an X400 address.
Click "New", select "SMTP Address" in the pop-up dialog box, click OK, fill in "%g@" and add your new email domain name, such as "%firstname.lastname@example.org" (fill in% G is represented by Givename to represent the name of the mailbox, see Resources 1, after the completion of Click OK, at this time, in the rules of a new SMTP project, select your new SMTP address, the hook to the left to the right to apply to the user, click "Set as Primary ", turn your new SMTP address into a major project, click" Apply "and click" Yes "in the pop-up dialog, and then click" OK "to close" recipient Policy Properties ". At this point, you will see one more recipient Policy.
Finally, we should also update the Recipient Update Service. Click "Recipient Update Service", right click on your server "Recipient Update Service", select "Rebulid", click "OK" in the pop-up dialog box. Now that the settings for Exchange server are complete, let's see how to create a new user mailbox.
(3), new user
Open Active Directory Users and Computers, and in the new organizational unit that we just built (yourdomainb.com) Right click, select "New", "User". Fill in the name of your user's mailbox in "name", for example, your new e-mail is: email@example.com, then you should fill in: someone. In the user login name, fill in the "name" + "for your new user." + You create a new e-mail domain name, according to the above example, should be filled in "someone.yourdomainb.com".
A positive build is generated at the user logon name (previous version of Windows 2000). Note that the longest character here is 20, all, we can fill in the first paragraph of the mailbox domain name, such as: SOMEONE.YOURDOMAINB; Click "Next" to enter the user password. Click "Next" to confirm that "Create an Exchange mailbox" is hooked, click "Next" and click "Finish". A few minutes later, the Exchange recipient Update Service will generate a "firstname.lastname@example.org" mailbox for this user.
When we create a new user, the username is filled someone.yourdomainb.com to prevent duplication of mailbox logins for different domain names, such as: If the system has a email@example.com mailbox, then the new firstname.lastname@example.org, if we use someone as the user login name can not establish a second mailbox. So we use the Someone.yourdominb.com form, the user who has used IMail is understandable to this.
If we do not add%g This parameter in the new recipient policy, the created mailbox will become: email@example.com. So we select the user's "name" (%g parameter, see reference information 1) property as the mailbox name. Some readers may ask: why not use firstname.lastname@example.org as the user login name? This is a bug in exchange, If we use email@example.com as our username, we will get an error when we receive the letter in Outlook. Officials say it will be resolved in Exchange SP3 Server.
When used, we should use SOMEONE.YOURDOMAINB (user login name (prior to Windows 2000) to collect mail for account numbers or to log on to OWA, because the property of "User login name (previous version of Windows 2000)" is only 20 characters long. So I took the ". com", ". Net" part out of the back so that I could leave longer characters to the username.