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I was looking at this question: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Email_Groupware/Exchange_Server/Q_21318706.html

and I have some addiional questions based on this.

We recently set up a new domain for a client of ours (call it domainB) to run on our primary Exchange server (Exchange 2003)  (call it domainA)

I have set up receipentent policy and 2 new users for domainB

Receiptent policy shows that it is now domainB.com

New Users is usera and userb

Now, according to the _ruudsje_ answer to the above question, he said make sure that the usera and userb has defaulted to domainB.

My question is this, how do I make sure that I am setting it up correctly? Do I remove the X400 information or not?

Thanks in advance!

Hawkeye-X
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Do not touch the X400 address.
Simply select the address that you want to be default and choose "Set as Default".
If you find that the default email is being changed, then deselect the option at the bottom: "Automatically update email address based on recipient policy".
That will stop the addresses from being changed automatically.

Simon.
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OK will try it out and let you know. Thanks Sembee
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Objection. Awarded points.
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Thanks for awarding the points, but why is there an objection? - you just did what I was recommending anyway :)

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