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Posted on 2006-11-07
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Hello when I create a new user they get addded to all the email aaliases that we do not want where is this getting the info from and where can I change it thank uyoui
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Question by:zenworksb
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by:trenes
ID: 17892442
Hi zenworksb,

In the ESM go to Recipients then Recepient policy.
Go to properties then tab email address policy.

there they are.

Cheers!
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by:zenworksb
ID: 17892691
what does it mean when it says %1g%sdoamin.com
%g@domain.com
%m@domain.com
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by:MuchoMacho
ID: 17893020
%g  = givenName.
%s  = sn (Last name).  
%4s = means first four letters of sn.
%d  = displayname.
%m  = Exchange alias.  

Example: %3g.%4s@ourdom.com  translates to = guy.thom@ourdom.com

/Soren
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cjtraman earned 500 total points
ID: 17895880
to remove alias from existing users, you can use admodify tool (available in microsoft site).
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