new user name displays first name, then last name.

Posted on 2008-06-12
Last Modified: 2008-06-26
When we create a new user in exchange 2007 the display name, displays as First name than last name. Our old users are Last name first name. I changed Active directory schema to reflect the fix used for exchange 2003. Does anyone know how to resolve this issue?
Question by:Eddy1074
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Open EMC - Organization - Hub Transport - Email address policy - Select the default policy - Edit - click next until you reach E-mail address Policy - Click on Edit - Select E-mail address Local part - select the desired display name option - Click ok - Click Next - select appropriate option in schedule and click on next - next - Finish
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the above option is for e-mail address change
it doesnt affect the display name in GAL..I am looking for that
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mohdabsar earned 125 total points
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Check the article below, I followed the process on my test lab and it worked.

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